#4: What does research really say about iPads in the classroom? Dec 31st

#4: What does research really say about iPads in the classroom? – eschoolnews.com [Editor’s note: This story, originally published on February 15th of this year, was our #4 most popular story of the year. The countdown continues tomorrow with #3, so be sure to check back!] Popular mobile devices may come and go, but the iPad […]
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College in Canada? After Trump's win, more in US consider it Dec 31st

College in Canada? After Trump's win, more in US consider it – edweek.org   Continue Reading College in Canada? After Trump's win, more in US consider it – edweek.org
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Douglas County principal reduces tardies with "class bells" music Dec 30th

Douglas County principal reduces tardies with "class bells" music – districtadministration.com Douglas County principal reduces tardies with "class bells" musicRay Bendici Principal DeMarcos Holland, of New Manchester High School in the Douglas County School System in Georgia, has replaced traditional class tardy bells with music, including compositions created by students and teachers. The friendlier sounds have […]
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A Look Back: “Deliberate Practice & Red Herrings” Dec 30th

A Look Back: “Deliberate Practice & Red Herrings” – larryferlazzo.edublogs.org   Next February, this blog will be celebrating its ten-year anniversary! Leading up to it, I’m re-starting a series I tried to do in the past called “A Look Back.” Each week, I’ll be re-posting a few of my favorite posts from the past ten years. You […]
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A Majority Agreed She Was Raped by a Stanford Football Player. That Wasn’t Enough. Dec 29th

A Majority Agreed She Was Raped by a Stanford Football Player. That Wasn’t Enough. – nytimes.com/ Stanford has an uncommonly high bar for sexual assault cases, so the player was never punished despite two panels ruling in favor of the accuser.   Continue Reading A Majority Agreed She Was Raped by a Stanford Football Player. […]
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Response: Schools Can't 'Wish Away' Challenges of Student Trauma – Classroom Q&A With Larry Ferlazzo – Education Week Teacher Dec 28th

Response: Schools Can't 'Wish Away' Challenges of Student Trauma – Classroom Q&A With Larry Ferlazzo – Education Week Teacher – edweek.org Today’s post features commentaries from Susan E. Craig, Rhonda Neal Waltman, Patricia (Tish) Jennings, Eric Jensen, Joe Hendershott, and Kristin Souers, along with thoughts from readers.   Continue Reading Response: Schools Can't 'Wish Away' […]
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Douglas County principal reduces tardies with "class bells" music Dec 27th

Douglas County principal reduces tardies with "class bells" music – districtadministration.com Douglas County principal reduces tardies with "class bells" musicRay Bendici Principal DeMarcos Holland, of New Manchester High School in the Douglas County School System in Georgia, has replaced traditional class tardy bells with music, including compositions created by students and teachers. The friendlier sounds have […]
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Appeals panel dismisses Wichita sub's lawsuit Dec 25th

Appeals panel dismisses Wichita sub's lawsuit – edweek.org   Continue Reading Appeals panel dismisses Wichita sub's lawsuit – edweek.org
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Success Academy May Have Overcharged City for Special Education Services, Audit Says Dec 24th

Success Academy May Have Overcharged City for Special Education Services, Audit Says – nytimes.com/ The comptroller’s office accused the city’s largest charter school network of billing for special education services that Success Academy may not have provided. The network denied the audit’s findings.   Continue Reading Success Academy May Have Overcharged City for Special Education […]
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The Answer Sheet: This School Isn’t Just About Academics. The Emotional and Physical Health of Kids Matters Too. Dec 23rd

The Answer Sheet: This School Isn’t Just About Academics. The Emotional and Physical Health of Kids Matters Too. – nepc.colorado.edu/blog The Answer Sheet: This School Isn’t Just About Academics. The Emotional and Physical Health of Kids Matters Too. (Photo provided by Crater Renaissance Academy of Arts and Sciences) (This is the seventh in a series […]
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