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Stranger Than Fiction: Inner-City Parents Take Over School
posted by: Megan | December 13, 2010, 10:30 am   

This week, an elementary school in Compton, California is receiving national attentionafter a group of parents banded together to force improvements at the failing institution. Yelling "yes we can!" and "si se puede!" a busload of parents on Tuesday became the first in California to try to force reforms at their children's school using a new law designed to help parents take back schools.  

 
Do NOT Do That: A Teacher’s List for Herself
posted by: Megan | December 09, 2010, 02:57 pm   
There are many helpful lists of what we should do to as educators. But what should be avoided?

Many thanks to Melissa Kelly, Secondary Education Guide over at about.com, who provides ten ideas of what not to do. Click on the article's link to read a further explanation.
 
Charter School Educators: Last Week to Apply for a Scholarship
posted by: Megan | December 08, 2010, 08:40 pm   

There is only one week left for charter school educators to apply for professional development scholarships on PACE's dime.  Read more to find out how to apply.

 
Michelle Rhee to Start National Reform Movement
posted by: Megan | December 08, 2010, 10:54 am   
Since Michelle Rhee's recent resignation as Chancellor of Washington, D.C. public schools, a lot of coverage has been devoted to where she will go next. If you caught the Oprah Show yesterday Michelle Rhee has ended the speculation and rumors with a special announcement and accompanying essay in Newsweek. Rhee has decided not to take any one job with a state or individual school system, rather start a national group called Students First.
 
New Report Highlights Education Around the World
posted by: Megan | November 30, 2010, 10:45 am   

What can we learn from some of the most innovative school systems around the world? This is the question a new McKinsey & Company report asks in their researched narrative, How the world's most improved school systems keep getting better. In the report released today, education experts from Canada, Hong Kong, and South Africa discussed on an interactive online panel their different successes and what makes their school systems competitive in the global market.

 
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