November 2005 Archives

Teachers entering the profession today have far different career expectations than the large cohort that is now nearing retirement, according to Harvard education professor Susan Moore Johnson.


E-mail has become institutionalized as part of the culture of communication, but large numbers of teachers don't use it to reach out to parents, Kevin Bushweller writes in Classroom Tech column


Just 31 percent of 8th graders scored at or above the proficient level in reading on the latest edition of the National Assessment of Education Progress, continuing a long-term trend. The results have heightened concerns that many students are not moving beyond basic reading abilities to more complex skills like comprehension and fluency.


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