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... 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 ...
7. 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. ...
... is tied to the popularity of both series and single novels with captivating, timeless characters and riveting plots that attract teens and adult readers alike. The genre is also home to works of ...
... tied to ESSA. The wording of the law they’re looking at is broad and open for interpretation, potentially making the purchasing of firearms a legitimate use. Congress has already appropriated different ...
... out of the blue, students become intimately involved in their own learning process and results. They are then able to better understand why they received what they did on their report card and how they ...
... of the largest districts to make a change like this and so it is getting more attention. Many districts moving to this model argue that it both saves money and provides more time for teacher preparation. ...
13. Reclaiming a Sense of Joy
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... to that sobbing principal. Everyone’s feeling burned out? Don’t let your task list trump the reclamation of joy. Cancel a staff meeting and give the time back to teachers. You might plan an alternative, ...
... practice already followed by schools that do not have schoolwide morning meetings. Nevertheless, news of the move garnered criticism at a time when some seem to be increasingly vocal about public displays ...
15. Changes Coming to Google Classroom
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Just in time for the new school year, Google’s rolling out a host of improvements and additions to its Google Classroom software. Cumulatively, the changes are a major redesign to the software that ...
Sharing professional advice and commentary via social media can sometimes be a tricky area for educators. On one hand, connecting with other teachers is necessary for professional growth. On the other ...
17. Weekly News Round-Up for August 3rd
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... new offer the state would have ‘enhanced oversight,’ that would allow them to veto measures taken by the district. The district must respond to the offer by next week. In the meantime, the district is ...
... cooperating teacher did or what you remember from high school. If you never wrote a previous plan down, now is a great time to start. As you go through your plan, identify what caused issues in the ...
19. Weekly News Round-Up for July 20th
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... about $479 per teacher each year, though some independent researchers estimate it may be even more. In the face of a spring where school funding took the spotlight, many are asking why teachers have to ...
People who don’t teach, sometimes make snide comments about educators having the summer off. They have little understanding of the hectic pace of the school year and how little time there is for teachers ...
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