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...  Maine bill to limit ‘obscene material’ in classrooms draws passionate testimony Nashville school board member and political operative apologizes for his part in Tennessee’s Race to the Top Indiana ...
... Moment, Nevada State Education Chief, Deputies Resign Louisiana Educators Say It Loud and Clear: School Discipline Isn't Working Education Department aims to cut wait time for teacher certification ...
... reported bullying and more instructional time lost to disruption. And although restorative justice is billed as a way to fight the “school-to-prison pipeline,” it had no impact on student arrests. The ...
4. Schools ‘that fit’ Week
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... School Choice Week, and incorporate beautifully accurate and still timely quotes to suggest that his message of civil rights included educational rights – specifically school choice rights. I get it. That’s ...
... time in 30 years. The financial problems leading up to the impasse are deep and have been years in the making. Both the school superintendent and the head of UTLA laid out their positions on the issues ...
... study time. No matter what age group you teach, chances are they’ve never been taught how to study. Students are often overly reliant on ineffective strategies like rereading texts or scanning notes. ...
... buying the materials, the website is a time-saver and means that they don’t have to worry about reinventing the wheel. If you dig only that far, Teachers Pay Teachers is a boon for educators. However, ...
... a full-time teacher, he also serves as the director of the Community Involvement Committee for the state affiliate of ILA and supervises its Growing Readers program, among other efforts. Eugene Pringle, ...
... Journal, more educators are quitting their jobs than at any time since 2001. Educators were on pace quit at an average rate of 83 per 10,000 a month in 2018. While this number is nearly double than a few ...
... No More In Seattle — Later School Start Time Pays Off For Teens Michigan school board won’t remove three wise men display Schools and Police seek to address ‘rampant’ teenage vaping School safety ...
... 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 ...
14. 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: ...
18. 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 ...
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