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Where to Get Your Education Reporting
posted by: Melissa | June 27, 2017, 01:47 pm   

PACE tries to make it easy for our members to stay up to date with what’s happening in the education sphere. Just recently, we’ve started posting a round-up of the top stories in education news each week on Fridays. You can follow us on social media to see when it gets posted, and it will be right here on our blog every Friday afternoon for you to check out.


Weekly News Round-Up for June 23rd
posted by: Melissa | June 23, 2017, 01:14 pm   

Each week, AAE brings its members a round-up of what’s happening in education. From big, eye-catching headlines to the stories most papers overlook, AAE finds what’s important for our members to know about. This week, we have changes in leadership in NYC and South Carolina, Vermont education spending, and new federal direction in CTE and education department investigations. 

Taking Care of Yourself: Resources to Help with Teacher Self-Care
posted by: Melissa | June 22, 2017, 01:26 pm   

More than many other occupations, education is missional in nature. Educators are well aware that how well a child is educated will drive their success later on in life and popular culture often heightens this with movies and books that focus on how a single, passionate educator can “save” a child from the dismal life that awaits them. Schools, too, often suffering from low budgets and lack of staff encourage educators to take on extra duties and go the extra mile. While none of this is bad in and of itself, it creates a situation where educators feel as if they must always do more and try harder, making it easy to lose themselves in the mission.

Excellent Panel at #NCSC17; Union Attendees Might Need A Hug
posted by: Melissa | June 21, 2017, 01:45 pm   

by Rena Youngblood

Last week the nation’s charter school community convened in Washington, D.C. to celebrate, deliberate, and critically review all things charter. This is a favorite conference for me as I near my tenth year of work in the charter schools movement. My dad used to say it was nice to go home where he didn’t have to spell or pronounce our last name because everyone knew it. At this conference everyone knows charter schools serve all populations of students, they don’t pick and choose who will attend, and although a small number of non-profit charter schools may contract with a for-profit management company, most do not. We all know this and so we get to discuss other matters regarding charter schools.

Weekly News Round-Up for June 16th
posted by: Melissa | June 16, 2017, 10:06 am   

We’re bringing to our members the education news that got our attention again this week. While there are a lot of stories about schools and teachers each week, these are the ones that we think you need to know about. This week, we have apprenticeships, the Broad Prize, testing and pension changes, and Dr. Dre.

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