Wanted: Factory Workers, Degree Required Jan 30th

Wanted: Factory Workers, Degree Required – nytimes.com/ A high school diploma is no longer enough for today’s manufacturing jobs. Enter the employer. Apprenticeships are making a comeback, complete with college.   Continue Reading Wanted: Factory Workers, Degree Required – nytimes.com/
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Let’s TALK conference seeking presenters Jan 29th

Let’s TALK conference seeking presenters – kentuckyteacher.org Teachers are encouraged to submit proposals to be presenters at the Kentucky Education Association’s Let’s TALK: Conversations About Effective Teaching conference June 12-13 at Edythe J. Hayes Middle School in Lexington. The conference is designed to inform participants about effective strategies for improving professional practice through instructional strategies […]
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Janresseger: New Reports Question Education Strategy Pushed by Trump Administration Jan 28th

Janresseger: New Reports Question Education Strategy Pushed by Trump Administration – nepc.colorado.edu/blog Janresseger: New Reports Question Education Strategy Pushed by Trump Administration Donald Trump promotes the expansion of parental choice among schools as the way to help children learn.  Parental choice in this case is defined as tuition vouchers for children to carry to private […]
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Education official giving up salary to save teachers' jobs Jan 28th

Education official giving up salary to save teachers' jobs – edweek.org   Continue Reading Education official giving up salary to save teachers' jobs – edweek.org
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Governor’s School for the Arts seeks faculty members Jan 27th

Governor’s School for the Arts seeks faculty members – kentuckyteacher.org The Kentucky Center Governor’s School for the Arts has a number of faculty openings for its 2017 summer program for creative high school students. The program will take place June 18-July 8 at Centre College in Danville, with a day-long faculty planning session March 26 […]
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EXCLUSIVE: They’re here–robots are teaching your children Jan 27th

EXCLUSIVE: They’re here–robots are teaching your children – eschoolnews.com Unbeknownst to parents, all first-grade classes in a suburban Los Angeles elementary school were successfully taught by teacher robots during the 2015-2016 school year. Only one parent was in on the secret. John Miller*, whose family moved to the area from Silicon Valley and whose son […]
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Hundreds gather at Montana Capitol for school choice rally Jan 26th

Hundreds gather at Montana Capitol for school choice rally – edweek.org   Continue Reading Hundreds gather at Montana Capitol for school choice rally – edweek.org
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Response: Provide 'Voice' and 'Choice' When Students Set Goals – Classroom Q&A With Larry Ferlazzo – Education Week Teacher Jan 25th

Response: Provide 'Voice' and 'Choice' When Students Set Goals – Classroom Q&A With Larry Ferlazzo – Education Week Teacher – edweek.org Regie Routman, Laura Robb, Dr. Lynell Powell, John Spencer and Jeffrey Benson contribute their commentaries on goal-setting with students.   Continue Reading Response: Provide 'Voice' and 'Choice' When Students Set Goals – Classroom Q&A […]
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Epson’s New PowerLite Ultra Short-Throw Presentation Displays Deliver Bright Images and Versatility for K-12 Classrooms Jan 24th

Epson’s New PowerLite Ultra Short-Throw Presentation Displays Deliver Bright Images and Versatility for K-12 Classrooms – districtadministration.com Epson’s New PowerLite Ultra Short-Throw Presentation Displays Deliver Bright Images and Versatility for K-12 Classrooms Submitted 25 min 5 sec ago by Kati Elliott.   Continue Reading Epson’s New PowerLite Ultra Short-Throw Presentation Displays Deliver Bright Images and […]
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Carnegie Learning Adds Summative Assessments to Middle School Math Software Jan 22nd

Carnegie Learning Adds Summative Assessments to Middle School Math Software – thejournal.com Carnegie Learning, a company that offers software- and web-based personalized learning solutions, and Edulastic, an online assessment platform, has teamed up to introduce a new feature to the former’s math software that enables users to add summative assessments.   Continue Reading Carnegie Learning […]
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