In Texas, big school finance questions remain Aug 30th

In Texas, big school finance questions remain – edweek.org   Continue Reading In Texas, big school finance questions remain – edweek.org
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Larry Cuban on School Reform and Classroom Practice: Building Better Teachers—Mastering The Craft Demands Time To Collaborate—Just What American Schools Don’t Provide (Sara Mosle) (by Sara Mosle) Aug 29th

Larry Cuban on School Reform and Classroom Practice: Building Better Teachers—Mastering The Craft Demands Time To Collaborate—Just What American Schools Don’t Provide (Sara Mosle) (by Sara Mosle) – nepc.colorado.edu/blog Sara Mosle Larry Cuban Source:  Larry Cuban on School Reform and Classroom Practice Sara Mosle, who teaches writing at Philip’s Academy Charter School in Newark, N.J., […]
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Fix errors that cost New York City schools $356 million Aug 28th

Fix errors that cost New York City schools $356 million – districtadministration.com The city’s public school students on Staten Island have become victims of a series of financial errors by the Department of Education (DOE). The DOE was due to have been reimbursed for money it spent between 2012 and 2014 on U.S.-mandated services for special […]
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Okla. Education Board creates standards committee Aug 28th

Okla. Education Board creates standards committee – edweek.org   Continue Reading Okla. Education Board creates standards committee – edweek.org
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Diane Ravitch’s Blog: Vermont to the Nation: This is What Good Education Looks Like Aug 27th

Diane Ravitch’s Blog: Vermont to the Nation: This is What Good Education Looks Like – nepc.colorado.edu/blog Diane Ravitch Source:  Diane Ravitch's Blog Blog Website:  Diane Ravitch's Blog The Vermont State Board of Education adopted a resolution on assessment and accountability with a message: We will not let the federal government bully our children. We read […]
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Campaign for America’s Future: Back to Schools White People Cannot See Aug 27th

Campaign for America’s Future: Back to Schools White People Cannot See – nepc.colorado.edu/blog Jeff Bryant Source:  Campaign for America's Future As the season for new school openings rolls out, there are reasons for a new consciousness-raising about those schools – the kind of consciousness-raising that can be brought about when there’s a shock to the system […]
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Connecticut district chooses new director of technology Aug 26th

Connecticut district chooses new director of technology – districtadministration.com The board of Prospect’s Region 16 hired Matthew Brennan as the district’s new director of technology. He was previously the technology coordinator for Litchfield’s public schools. Brennan will replace Bruce Bartmess, who has officially retired. Read more » Citizens News   Continue Reading Connecticut district chooses […]
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Don’t Blame School Choice for Philly’s School Funding Fiasco Aug 25th

Don’t Blame School Choice for Philly’s School Funding Fiasco – http://educationnext.org/ Philadelphia’s government schools are in the midst of a financial crisis and anti-school choice activists think they found the perfect scapegoat. Earlier this week, the group Americans United (AU) attacked Pennsylvania’s scholarship tax credit program, claiming that it was partially responsible for Philadelphia’s budget woes. […]
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Texas Education Agency approves SPARK Coordinated School Health program Aug 24th

Texas Education Agency approves SPARK Coordinated School Health program – districtadministration.com SPARK was selected by the Texas Education Agency as one of three state-approved Coordinated School Health programs for K8 students. The SPARK program gives districts tools to provide physical education and physical activity, as well as health education and nutrition education.   Continue Reading […]
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DISCOVERY EDUCATION AND FREEPORT-MCMORAN GIVE STUDENTS A FRONT ROW SEAT TO NATURE’S GEOLOGICAL WONDERS WITH NEW EDUCATION PROGRAM Aug 22nd

DISCOVERY EDUCATION AND FREEPORT-MCMORAN GIVE STUDENTS A FRONT ROW SEAT TO NATURE’S GEOLOGICAL WONDERS WITH NEW EDUCATION PROGRAM – eschoolnews.com – Immersive Online Destination, “Dig Into Mining: The Story of Copper,” Launches with Dynamic Interactive Learning Tools, Classroom Extensions and At-Home Resources to Engage Middle School Students & Their Families – SILVER SPRING, Md. (August […]
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