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CURMUDGUCATION: Alternative Certification Paths
CURMUDGUCATION: Alternative Certification Paths : Alternative Certification Paths We need alternative paths to the classroom. Mind you, we don't need paths that are shortcuts. We don't need an alternative path that is just a five 

Meeting Needs Of Homeless Youth: Public Schools vs. Government | PopularResistance.Org

Meeting Needs Of Homeless Youth: Public Schools vs. Government | PopularResistance.Org : Meeting Needs Of Homeless Youth: Public Schools Are Doing What Government Won't Do Directly Above Photo: Food is served to students at Public School 397 in New York, November 21, 2013. (Photo: Joshua Bright / The New York Times) Dr. Art McCoy, superintendent of schools in Jennings, Missouri, is a humble man.
What Philanthropy and Community Learned in the Wake of the Pulse Nightclub Shooting | Schott Foundation for Public Education

What Philanthropy and Community Learned in the Wake of the Pulse Nightclub Shooting | Schott Foundation for Public Education : What Philanthropy and Community Learned in the Wake of the Pulse Nightclub Shooting This June marked the anniversary of a day that holds many titles: the deadliest mass shooting by a single shooter in the United States the deadliest incidence of violence against the LGBTQ
Why John Adams saw July 2 as America’s true Independence Day - The Washington Post

Why John Adams saw July 2 as America’s true Independence Day - The Washington Post : Why John Adams saw July 2 as America’s true Independence Day (This is a version of a post I have published previously around the Fourth of July) July 4, of course, is Independence Day, a federal holiday celebrated to commemorate the adoption in 1776 of the Declaration of Independence, which split the 13 American
Officials restore money to L.A. schools soon after making controversial funding cuts - LA Times

Officials restore money to L.A. schools soon after making controversial funding cuts - LA Times : Officials restore money to L.A. schools soon after making controversial funding cuts Barely a week after the Los Angeles Board of Education approved a budget based on reduced federal anti-poverty aid, schools officials have restored nearly all of the funding. The added dollars will help L.A. Unified
Keeping retirement weird. Charter schools at the NEA Representative Assembly. | Fred Klonsky

Keeping retirement weird. Charter schools at the NEA Representative Assembly. | Fred Klonsky : Keeping retirement weird. Charter schools at the NEA Representative Assembly. After 20 years, my last NEA RA was a couple of years ago in Orlando. For a couple of decades I celebrated the Fourth of July weekend in what ever town the National Education Association was holding their national Representativ
Mike Klonsky's SmallTalk Blog: Chicago in violation of state law on ELL. Charters worst violators.

Mike Klonsky's SmallTalk Blog: Chicago in violation of state law on ELL. Charters worst violators. : Chicago in violation of state law on ELL. Charters worst violators Most of the worst violators of state law were charter schools. Fifteen were run by the UNO Network of Charter Schools; nine were run by the Noble Network of Charter Schools. Source: Chicago Public Schools Congrats to Chicago Report
What should students know about religion? New guidance on teaching it in public schools. - The Washington Post

What should students know about religion? New guidance on teaching it in public schools. - The Washington Post : What should students know about religion? New guidance on teaching it in public schools Try to guess when this was written: “In this era of educational reform, the social studies curriculum has been a frequent target of critics representing every point on the political spectrum. While
Badass Teachers Association: The School Years Fly By Like Months by Dr. Michael Flanagan

Badass Teachers Association: The School Years Fly By Like Months by Dr. Michael Flanagan : The School Years Fly By Like Months by Dr. Michael Flanagan This week concludes my 31st year in education. It seems the school years fly by like months, each one faster than the last. I blink and another year has gone. Teachers crawl to summer break, and question if we are making a difference at all. Pack a
Today is Diane's Birthday Diane Ravitch's blog | A site to discuss better education for all

Diane Ravitch's blog | A site to discuss better education for all : Today is Diane's Birthday Diane Ravitch's blog A site to discuss better education for all Help wish Diane a Happy Birthday! July 1st is Diane’s birthday. She asks for only one gift: the hope that America’s public education system will thrive for the sake of our children – all of our children. The Network for Public Education, the
It's gonna be a Wowser: SBE Agenda for July 2017 - State Board of Education (CA Dept of Education)

SBE Agenda for July 2017 - State Board of Education (CA Dept of Education) : SBE Agenda for July 2017 Agenda for the California State Board of Education (SBE) meeting on July 12-13, 2017. State Board Members Michael W. Kirst, President Ilene W. Straus, Vice President Sue Burr Bruce Holaday Feliza I. Ortiz-Licon Patricia A. Rucker Niki Sandoval Ting L. Sun Karen Valdes Trish Williams Olivia Sison,

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Special Nite Cap: Catch Up on Today's Post 6/30/17

Special Nite Cap: Catch Up on Today's Post 6/30/17 Featured Post New school board member Kelly Gonez isn't as pro-charter as many donors to her campaign - LA Times NEA teachers' union nixes longtime gadfly's bid to cover convention


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