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... of the largest districts to make a change like this and so it is getting more attention. Many districts moving to this model argue that it both saves money and provides more time for teacher preparation. ...
2. Reclaiming a Sense of Joy
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... to that sobbing principal. Everyone’s feeling burned out? Don’t let your task list trump the reclamation of joy. Cancel a staff meeting and give the time back to teachers. You might plan an alternative, ...
... practice already followed by schools that do not have schoolwide morning meetings. Nevertheless, news of the move garnered criticism at a time when some seem to be increasingly vocal about public displays ...
4. Changes Coming to Google Classroom
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Just in time for the new school year, Google’s rolling out a host of improvements and additions to its Google Classroom software. Cumulatively, the changes are a major redesign to the software that ...
Sharing professional advice and commentary via social media can sometimes be a tricky area for educators. On one hand, connecting with other teachers is necessary for professional growth. On the other ...
... new offer the state would have ‘enhanced oversight,’ that would allow them to veto measures taken by the district. The district must respond to the offer by next week. In the meantime, the district is ...
... cooperating teacher did or what you remember from high school. If you never wrote a previous plan down, now is a great time to start. As you go through your plan, identify what caused issues in the ...
8. Weekly News Round-Up for July 20th
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... about $479 per teacher each year, though some independent researchers estimate it may be even more. In the face of a spring where school funding took the spotlight, many are asking why teachers have to ...
People who don’t teach, sometimes make snide comments about educators having the summer off. They have little understanding of the hectic pace of the school year and how little time there is for teachers ...
10. Weekly News Round-Up for July 13th
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... safety at schools, VA House Select Committee meets for second time The teacher supply is plummeting. Pa. will spend $2M to stem the tide New laws are in effect for teachers who misbehave and officials ...
Summer is the perfect time to reflect on your craft, target areas of growth and achieve your development goals. It’s also a more focused time to get those credit hours in during the summer months before ...
12. Weekly News Round-Up for July 6th
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... navigate the often byzantine steps that it takes to withdraw from the union. At the same time, New York State Assemblyman Richard Gottfried wants to avoid Janus’s fallout completely. In a new bill he introduced, ...
... second grade students. It was something that the school just didn’t have money for at the time, so Ms. Bellingrath sought outside donations. Her efforts resulted in a $10,000 grant the school could use ...
14. A Classroom Need - Diverse Teachers
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... The purpose of this report was to provide a current snapshot of the racial diversity of educators in our nation’s elementary and secondary public schools. (Please read it if you have time!) John ...
15. Weekly News Round-Up for June 29th
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... Education Budget Grants Nearly $17 Billion to Schools Our Voices Were Heard.' Dozens of Teachers Advance in Oklahoma Primaries After Walkouts Parents of Parkland shooting victims unite for safer schools ...
... from your fourth-grade English class. But the potential for good, long-term earnings makes it well worth the time and effort. Market your schoolwork Speaking of curricula, you can also get paid ...
17. Weekly News Round-Up for June 22nd
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... any. According to the report, the new evaluation systems were costly and time intensive, while being met with opposition from teachers and unions. Nearly 1 in 5 Teachers Work Second Job: The National ...
18. Weekly News Round-Up for June 15th
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... Illinois school districts pay penalties for giving raises over 6 percent Little Rock charter school’s revisions going to hearing Foreign teachers in Baltimore schools at risk of losing visas Teacher ...
... staff time. They then examined how that reorganization impacted student learning and the ability of schools to personalize instruction. They found a few commonalities: Schools used some form of ...
20. Weekly News Round-Up for June 1st
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... Both plans come at a time when there’s greater pressure than ever to increase school safety. Parents and students say that they are waiting out the end of the school year hoping that the violence is over ...
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