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Reform Matters: October 21, 2014
posted by: Tim | November 04, 2014, 08:59 PM   


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Note: We are proud to be member-driven and only take positions on issues after our members are surveyed at a majority. The studies, articles, and policies showcased in this newsletter have not necessarily been endorsed by AAE; however, by sharing new and innovative trends in education policy, we hope to educate and empower our members by examining new possibilities in education.

AAE Blog Roll

Makerspaces in Schools
Common Core Needs Connected Educators

Charter Supporters Turn up Heat on de Blasio
AAE Responds to WalletHub's 2014 Best and Worst States for Teachers List

AAE Blog Roll:
Don't forget to bookmark the AAE blogand the AAE Charters blog for original posts on trends in education reform and professional development. 

AAE in the News: Teachers Opting out of Big Labor

Don't miss AAE Member Amy Rosno share her story on Fox & Friends. A public school teacher from Wisconsin, Ms. Rosno opted out of the union and joined AAE in 2011. Teachers across the country have a non-union option with AAE! Please watch & share!

Click here to watch the full interview.

Education Technology & Blended Learning

Do students have difficulty reading and learning online? Study: Skills Gaps for Online Reading Linked to Family IncomeEducation Week, 10/14/14

iNACOL Report: Online Learning Can Close the Opportunity GapGetting Smart, 10/9/14

Teacher Topics

Opinion: A Teacher's View on Tenure ReformHuffington Post, 10/7/14

As Apprentices in Classrooms, Teachers Learn What WorksThe New York Times, 10/12/14

Don't Keep Great Teaching a SecretHuffington Post, 10/14/14

TNTP is accepting applications for their annual Fishman Prize which awards $25,000 to teachers in high-poverty schools. This is an opportunity for teachers to receive recognition for the incredible work they are doing. Considerapplying! We'd love to see an AAE member take the top prize!

Charter Schools, Choice, & Reform Advocacy

Disrupting the Education MonopolyEducationNext, Winter 2014

Poll: Strong Appetite Among Parents for Improving Public EducationEducation Post, 10/9/14
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