Reading: not doing it enough is killing us. Mar 11th

Reading: not doing it enough is killing us. – deangroom.wordpress.com/ During the primary years, schools have proven themselves adept at teaching children to read.  Great news for primary school teachers and children. Reading is the key skill humans use to access new information and in modern hyper-connected, Bluetooth, streaming social society (some call Junk Culture) […]
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How one platform is launching student careers in high school Mar 3rd

How one platform is launching student careers in high school – eschoolnews.com Tinh Tran likes to bring his science classes at University High School in Irvine, Calif., on field trips to local companies to get a firsthand look at how scientists and engineers spend their day. But even though these experiences are very powerful for […]
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State School Bus Safety Poster Contest open to students Feb 24th

State School Bus Safety Poster Contest open to students – kentuckyteacher.org Students are invited to submit posters for the National Association for Pupil Transportation’s 2017 State School Bus Safety Poster Contest. The contest is open to all elementary and middle school students, and high school students in special education and computer-aided drawing programs. This year’s […]
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The Heartwarming Story Behind the Viral Video and Principal Tim Hadley’s Stand Against Bullying Feb 17th

The Heartwarming Story Behind the Viral Video and Principal Tim Hadley’s Stand Against Bullying – coolcatteacher.com 10MT Episode #14 A Positive Way to Stand Against Bullying From the Cool Cat Teacher Blog by Vicki Davis Follow @coolcatteacher on Twitter Bullying is so hard to handle. Often it is difficult to know what to do. Is […]
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Education Law Prof Blog: New Report Focuses on Connection Between Criminal Justice and Education Policies, But the Real Problem is Education Quality Feb 10th

Education Law Prof Blog: New Report Focuses on Connection Between Criminal Justice and Education Policies, But the Real Problem is Education Quality – nepc.colorado.edu/blog Education Law Prof Blog: New Report Focuses on Connection Between Criminal Justice and Education Policies, But the Real Problem is Education Quality The Economic Policy Institute recently released a new report arguing that […]
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NY Times Launches Program to Give Online Subscriptions to High School Students Feb 3rd

NY Times Launches Program to Give Online Subscriptions to High School Students – thejournal.com The New York Times is launching a new program that will allow its subscribers and others interested in helping to support journalism and education by sponsoring online subscriptions to students in public schools.   Continue Reading NY Times Launches Program to […]
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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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How we used GIS projects to connect with our community Jan 20th

How we used GIS projects to connect with our community – eschoolnews.com For history teacher Mariana Ramirez and English teacher Alice Im, education is viewed as engaging young people in the world, helping them speak up, ask questions, and contribute. Rather than racing to cover the content, these two spend a little time, dig a […]
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Increase post-graduation opportunities for your high school students Jan 13th

Increase post-graduation opportunities for your high school students – districtadministration.com Increase post-graduation opportunities for your high school studentsInternal source: Sponsored by Fuel EducationJanuary 13, 2017   Continue Reading Increase post-graduation opportunities for your high school students – districtadministration.com
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School Finance 101: Thoughts on Junk Indicators, School Rating Systems & Accountability Jan 6th

School Finance 101: Thoughts on Junk Indicators, School Rating Systems & Accountability – nepc.colorado.edu/blog School Finance 101: Thoughts on Junk Indicators, School Rating Systems & Accountability Over the past few years, co-authors Preston Green and Joseph Oluwole and I have written a few articles on the use, misuse and abuse of student growth metrics for […]
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