APNewsBreak: State drops planned A-F grades for schools Mar 13th

APNewsBreak: State drops planned A-F grades for schools – edweek.org   Continue Reading APNewsBreak: State drops planned A-F grades for schools – edweek.org
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Fixes: A School Where Raising the Bar Lifts Hope Mar 11th

Fixes: A School Where Raising the Bar Lifts Hope – nytimes.com/ Inviting low-income high-schoolers into advanced-level courses can get them past fears that they’re not college material.   Continue Reading Fixes: A School Where Raising the Bar Lifts Hope – nytimes.com/
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Senate unveils K-12 budget, raising questions on new formula Mar 9th

Senate unveils K-12 budget, raising questions on new formula – edweek.org   Continue Reading Senate unveils K-12 budget, raising questions on new formula – edweek.org
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The Unmet Need for Interdisciplinary Education Mar 7th

The Unmet Need for Interdisciplinary Education – edweek.org Educators must build bridges between subjects rather than jealously guard their area of expertise, writes educator Alden S. Blodget.   Continue Reading The Unmet Need for Interdisciplinary Education – edweek.org
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Police officer caught on video throwing student down resigns Mar 5th

Police officer caught on video throwing student down resigns – districtadministration.com Police officer caught on video throwing student down resignsABC NewsMarch 5, 2017   Continue Reading Police officer caught on video throwing student down resigns – districtadministration.com
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Is Your Kid Absent More Than Classmates? School 'Nudge' Letters Tell Parents Just How Much Mar 3rd

Is Your Kid Absent More Than Classmates? School 'Nudge' Letters Tell Parents Just How Much – edweek.org In Tacoma, Wash., and 16 other cities across the nation, school districts are boosting student attendance by sending home what they call “nudge” letters when students miss too many days of school.   Continue Reading Is Your Kid […]
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Healthier Cereals Snare a Spot on New York School Menus Mar 1st

Healthier Cereals Snare a Spot on New York School Menus – nytimes.com/ In a bite-size coup that could spread to other cities, a California upstart has replaced Kellogg products in the city’s free-breakfast program.   Continue Reading Healthier Cereals Snare a Spot on New York School Menus – nytimes.com/
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Lawmakers reach preliminary budget deal on education cuts Feb 27th

Lawmakers reach preliminary budget deal on education cuts – edweek.org   Continue Reading Lawmakers reach preliminary budget deal on education cuts – edweek.org
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Free classroom resource kit for The Martian: a novel by Andy Weir Feb 25th

Free classroom resource kit for The Martian: a novel by Andy Weir – districtadministration.com Free classroom resource kit for The Martian: a novel by Andy WeirInternal source: Sponsored by Penguin Random HouseFebruary 24, 2017   Continue Reading Free classroom resource kit for The Martian: a novel by Andy Weir – districtadministration.com
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Op-Ed Contributor: Trump Will Lose the Fight Over Bathrooms for Transgender Students Feb 23rd

Op-Ed Contributor: Trump Will Lose the Fight Over Bathrooms for Transgender Students – nytimes.com/ Fortunately, the president can’t change what Title IX says and means. Those jobs still belong to Congress and the federal courts.   Continue Reading Op-Ed Contributor: Trump Will Lose the Fight Over Bathrooms for Transgender Students – nytimes.com/
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