University of Virginia’s Image Suffers After Campus Rape Report Nov 29th

University of Virginia’s Image Suffers After Campus Rape Report – nytimes.com/ The governing board will meet Tuesday to discuss complaints that the university has for years mishandled reports of sexual assaults.   Continue Reading University of Virginia’s Image Suffers After Campus Rape Report – nytimes.com/
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Campaign for America’s Future: Why People Are ‘Walking In’ For Public Schools Nov 28th

Campaign for America’s Future: Why People Are ‘Walking In’ For Public Schools – nepc.colorado.edu/blog Jeff Bryant Source:  Campaign for America's Future Every school day in the Lincoln Park community on the North Side of Chicago greets students with well-appointed institutions that include some of the best facilities that American public schools have to offer. Click […]
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Report shows unacceptable care of those with learning disabilities in assessment and treatment units Nov 28th

Report shows unacceptable care of those with learning disabilities in assessment and treatment units – learningdisabilities.org.uk Once again the media are reporting stories of neglect and shortcomings in the care of people with learning disabilities.   Continue Reading Report shows unacceptable care of those with learning disabilities in assessment and treatment units – learningdisabilities.org.uk
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Missouri lawmaker wants school tests made in-state Nov 27th

Missouri lawmaker wants school tests made in-state – edweek.org   Continue Reading Missouri lawmaker wants school tests made in-state – edweek.org
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DEP Eco-Art Contest open to high school students Nov 26th

DEP Eco-Art Contest open to high school students – kentuckyteacher.org The Kentucky Department for Environmental Protection (DEP) is seeking entries for its 2014-15 Eco-Art Contest. The contest, which is in its sixth year, provides an opportunity for students to gain statewide recognition for artwork relating to Kentucky’s environment. Awards will be presented to eligible high […]
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Campaign for America’s Future: Why People Are ‘Walking In’ For Public Schools Nov 26th

Campaign for America’s Future: Why People Are ‘Walking In’ For Public Schools – nepc.colorado.edu/blog Jeff Bryant Source:  Campaign for America's Future Every school day in the Lincoln Park community on the North Side of Chicago greets students with well-appointed institutions that include some of the best facilities that American public schools have to offer. Click […]
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Oklahoma says its education waiver reinstated Nov 25th

Oklahoma says its education waiver reinstated – edweek.org   Continue Reading Oklahoma says its education waiver reinstated – edweek.org
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Nine Popular Student Response Tools Compared In One Chart Nov 24th

Nine Popular Student Response Tools Compared In One Chart – freetech4teachers.com Last winter I published a chart that compared the key features of five popular student response platforms. In the nine months since then more student response tools have come onto market. This morning I added those tools my chart. The chart is embedded below […]
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Hardly anyone discussing education on cable news is an educator Nov 23rd

Hardly anyone discussing education on cable news is an educator – districtadministration.com <p>Only a fraction of those discussing education policy on cable news this year have actually been educators, according to a new study by Media Matters.  Read more » The Huffington Post   Continue Reading Hardly anyone discussing education on cable news is an […]
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Stopmotion Project Tips & Advice Nov 21st

Stopmotion Project Tips & Advice – speedofcreativity.org I received some questions from a middle school teacher in Connecticut this weekend about classroom StopMotion projects. He also specifically asked about the tripods we are using for our iPads. This may be helpful to others, so I am sharing my email reply in this post. Hi! We […]
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