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New Teacher Evaluations Being Debated
posted by: Megan | February 01, 2011, 12:12 pm   
The debate over "value-added" methods of evaluating teachers has caused controversy all over the country. While most agree that we must find a way of fairly evaluating teachers, not many agree on the method. One common thread of a new evaluation system is a new focus on student achievement.
Member Mention: Rocky Mountain Classical Academy Educator to Attend Conference with PACE scholarship
posted by: Megan | January 31, 2011, 12:55 pm   

The Professional Association of Colorado Educators (PACE) is pleased to announce that Ms. Melissa Ellenberger, teacher at Rocky Mountain Classical Academy, has been awarded a scholarship to attend the annual Colorado Music Educational Association Professional Development conference.

State Advisory Vacancies
posted by: Megan | January 31, 2011, 09:02 am   

The State Advisory Council for Parent Involvement in Education was formed in response to legislation passed in 2009.  Representatives from many entities from the public school community have been appointed to the Council either by the State Board of Education or the Commissioner of Education. Currently the Council has vacancies in two specific membership groups:  parents of children enrolled in a publicly funded school (preschool through higher education) and a representative of an organization that represents parents and students who advocate in the areas of equality and justice in education, racial justice for youth, and immigrant rights.  Please e-mail Sandra Searls for more information regarding membership vacancies. 


“Legit”-- Of Particularly Excellent Quality (similar to “cool” or “tight”)
posted by: Megan | January 26, 2011, 10:56 am   
I attended professional development training where Will Richardson spoke recently. I was swept off my feet by his technology talk. He is that cool guy in college that knows all of the obscure but quality bands and when they're playing in town. And he's cool about sharing the information with you. All the while you sit and think, "How does this guy find this stuff!?"
Welcome to National School Choice Week
posted by: Megan | January 24, 2011, 01:56 pm   
The first ever National School Choice Week started yesterday! This week, January 23-29, groups of students, parents, and teachers are joining hands in supporting choice in education. Grassroots organizations from all over the country are celebrating this monumental occasion with events in almost every state.
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