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British Teachers Average 60-Hour Work Week, Surpassing U.S. (03/07 12:42 pm)
Common-Core Debates on the Internet Getting Weird (03/06 11:33 am)
Understanding the 'Science' of Teacher Hiring (03/05 11:38 am)
How Implementation Problems Bedevil New Ed. Initiatives (03/07 11:20 am)
- • Inslee to keep pushing teacher-evaluation bill (03/ 7 8:05 am)
- • 1 version of teacher pay raise clears Miss. Senate (03/ 6 8:25 am)
- • Va awards $2M to boost teacher science, math (03/ 6 8:25 am)
- • Union seeks removal of NJ school superintendent (03/ 6 8:25 am)
New Directions in Assessment
Classroom Q&A With Larry Ferlazzo
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Way back in the mid-1990s, I taught at a public K-8 visual and performing arts magnet in L.A. We thoroughly integrated the arts into the 'core' subjects and vice versa … It was professionally challenging and an amazing experience.
In a recent Commentary, Deborah Meier recounts her experiences working in schools during President Johnson's campaign to end poverty, recollecting a short-lived "Golden Age," she says, that has since given way to backward-thinking education reform. Launched 50 years ago, what effects of the War on Poverty have you seen in your classrooms and school districts? Share your thoughts.
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- • How Movies Can Connect Students to Writing and the Common Core (03/ 4 12:50 pm)
Learning is the 'Secret Sauce' for any High-Performing Organization (03/06 03:58 pm)