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April 22, 2014

Our Teachers Deserve More Respect

Children in America tend to take their education for granted and don't always value it, students Fatima Khan and Muniba Siddiqui say.

April 22, 2014

Teachers: The Only Role Models Many Students Will Ever Know

Students often don't realize the influence teachers have on them, writes high school senior Jackson Barnett.

April 22, 2014

Springtime Evaluations Offer a Glorious Opportunity

Thinking about the conversations with faculty and staff now, as the evaluation process is in full gear, can set the beginning of a new journey. Not a big shift, more like a rudder, unseen but causing the shift into a new direction.

April 21, 2014

Leveraging the Core Budget to Change America's Schools

Across Reynoldsburg City School District (RCS), personalization of learning is increasingly achieved at the classroom and individual student level through the shift to blended learning. Blended learning requires a fundamental redesign of instructional and organizational models, transforming the core elements of teaching and learning--changing roles, structures, schedules, staffing, and core budgets.

April 18, 2014

No One Has a Monopoly on Deeper Learning

In this post, Jal Mehta begins to map the landscape of deeper learning. He argues that seeing progressive or project-based schools as "deeper" and "no excuses" schools as shallower is not the right way to see the world; both have strengths and weaknesses that are the inverse of one another. He also suggests that much deeper learning happens outside of core disciplinary classes in extra-curriculars and electives, because these spheres induct students into gradually deeper understandings of how their practices work. Implications for traditional schools and core disciplinary classes are also discussed.

April 16, 2014

Teachers Anxious as Policymakers Waffle on Common-Core Decisions

The indecision about the common-core standards in many states has led some teachers to believe that policymakers are leaving them in the lurch.

April 16, 2014

Scholarship Program Seeks to Attract Agriculture Teachers to Nebraska Schools

A new scholarship and loan assistance program seeks to mitigate a shortage of agriculture teachers in Nebraska.

April 09, 2014

Math Teacher Talk: 'How Do You Like Common Core?'

An overheard conversation on the way to an annual conference for math teachers highlights some timely and very thorny issues around the Common Core State Standards.

April 03, 2014

Amazon's Brazilian Textbook Deal Stirs Speculation About Its K-12 Ambitions

Amazon recently announced a major deal in Brazil, a booming ed-tech market, to distribute free textbooks via a Kindle reading app to teachers using government-issued tablets.

April 01, 2014

Is School Reform Needed or Not?

Pondiscio: In my very first post here, I suggested that the education reform movement needs what I called a 'Nixon to China' moment. I lamented the unfortunate effects of our polarized education climate.

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