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... licenses purchased by administrators are used. That means 70 percent of the software licenses purchased are never used at all – resulting in a huge waste of funds and time. Additionally, only a very small ...
... October 1, 2007, under a qualifying repayment plan, for the full amount shown on the monthly statement, on time or no later than 15 days past the due date, and while employed full-time with a qualifying ...
... later arrested for child endangerment. Her license had been suspended twice before, but each time it had been reinstated. Happening Elsewhere: Special education plagued by faulty teacher data Shortage ...
4. When the Observation Is a Surprise
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... has gone all-in on recently. The truth is that observations happen when it’s convenient for the administrator in charge of them and we quite often don’t know about them ahead of time. Many administrators ...
... district 'not in a position to punish' students for Nazi pre-prom photo, letter states Connecticut school district bars parents from lunchtime visits Chickenpox outbreak hits N.C. private school with ...
... was chosen to celebrate important events -- in a season of darkness, a savior, optimism, and knowledge are all symbolized by light amid the darkness. Many holidays include the motif of light, which ...
... in Baltimore was punched by a student when she attempted to break up a fight. Again, public support seems to be on the side of the teacher. Idaho Teachers Cause Controversy with Halloween Costumes: ...
8. Remembering the Armistice
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... original name, Armistice Day. In a time of remaining tensions and divisiveness in many parts of the world, it seems more important than ever to teach our students about this war and its global ramifications. ...
... injuries. North Carolina School Shooting: This week saw yet another school shooting. This time the incident occurred in Matthews, North Carolina, when one student shot and killed another during a ...
...  Compared to children in the bare-wall room, children in the high-decoration room performed worse on all tests, which suggests that too much visual stimulus can be a distraction. “Overall, the ...
... different skills at the same time. In a traditional class, a teacher may have students practice subtracting single digit numbers one night and practice adding single digit numbers the next. This is generally ...
... for teachers to find thousands of lessons on any topic or standard. The sheer volume makes it hard to know which to use or rely upon and it wastes time that teachers could spend elsewhere. Moving forward, ...
... was forced to resign after tweeting what could be interpreted as a death threat about Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. Both posts come at a time where political tensions are particularly high and ...
... most minor of distractions. It’s no wonder some of the most widely read books for educators are on this topic. Over time, teachers have learned a gazillion deft ways to help students stay focused and on ...
... sheriff’s office at the time it occurred where it was handed over to Family and Child Services due to the ages of the students involved. At that time, the accusation was decided to be unfounded. Teachers ...
... opportunity to experience the curriculum, to explore it, and spend enough time thinking about it. I shied away from poster or shoe-box projects in favor of speeches, debates, and simulations. I wasn’t ...
... of the best and worst states for teachers. Although this is not the first time WalletHub has released this ranking, it has added weight given the protests of the past year. In their study, they looked ...
... different circadian rhythm than adults or young children. Because of that, later start times in schools can help teenage students achieve. Currently, 80 percent of California middle and high schools start ...
19. A Matter of Leadership
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... will leave a big hole in CBS’s prime-time lineup.” That last sentence struck a chord with me. How many of us work for organizations that if gone tomorrow would leave “a big hole” in the communities ...
... caused by decaying pipes in the school.  The schools will get water through bottles and water coolers while a long-term solution is sought. It’s estimated that fixing the schools will cost $500 million. ...
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