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June 09, 2013

Care Deeply About Students Is Mr.Woolley's Retirement Wisdom

The more we care about our students and what happens to them, the more well respected we will be and the more well fixed we will be. It is that simple.

June 07, 2013

Education Companies Look for Creative Ways to Reach Key Audience: Teachers

Teachers are largely influenced by recommendations from their colleagues, and the demands of academic standards, in their buying decisions, an analysis concludes.

June 06, 2013

Sequestration Hurts Military Children and Teachers

Sequestration will result in the furlough of teachers and education support professionals in schools under the Department of Defense. This will cause hardship for children and military families.

June 06, 2013

Learning From Failure

Failure is an embarrassment for the student; it should be the same for us. Seeking causes for failures reveals patterns of failure for the school.

June 05, 2013

Preschool Teachers Earn Up to $9K in Retention Bonsues in California Schools

Preschool director Dorothy Stewart offers pre-K teachers in the Old Firehouse Schools up to $9,000 in retention bonuses if they stay for four years.

June 04, 2013

Poor Children Need a Hand Up, Not Hospice

We're talking about public schools, after all--and the public has a right to demand certain results from its investment.

June 04, 2013

Teaching Students How to Be Leaders

We must begin to implement learning for boldness, courage, being one's best and listening - as if this were a new math curriculum, systematically, vertically, and purposefully.

June 03, 2013

Phys. Ed. Teachers in N.Y.C. to Be Evaluated Under New System

Under New York City's new teacher-evaluation system, physical-education teachers will be subject to annual performance reviews.

June 03, 2013

Legends in Our Own Minds

Right now we have thousands of teachers thinking out loud for a wide-open audience every day. Personal blogs, multi-author blogs, microblogs, online publications, conferences and webinars tweeted and live-blogged, and even Twitter chats have turned Teacherworld, for those inclined to put themselves out there, into a vast buzzing hive of perspectives shared in the moment.

June 03, 2013

More Vetoes of Teach For America Needed

Governor Mark Dayton of Minnesota vetoed a legislative appropriation to Teach For America because he knew their business plan was to seek funding from cash-strapped states while maintaining a well-funded organization. Nevada and North Carolina are going down the same path. They should learn fiscal responsibility from this savvy governor.

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