Quotes: Portrayal of Teachers Is "Disingenuous and Outrageous"

The Obama Administration has managed to pit the teachers against the civil rights community on this issue and to put the teachers on the defensive…. The liberal press has bought this argument hook, line and sinker… Teachers are not opposed to annual accountability testing because they are enemies of their students' civil rights…

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You don't have to have a one-track mind to study law

Opting for a joint honours law degree can make you view the subject in a whole new light Continue reading…

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Upgrade a Verizon Hotspot for $22 Without a New Contract

Upgrade a Verizon Hotspot for $22 Without a New ContractMobile, cellular hotspots can be money pits, but they also can be lifesavers if you’re presenting about educational technology in a location with spotty connectivity or draconian Internet content filtering. After considerable research in the summer of 2012, I opted to start paying $50 per month for 5 GB of wireless data from Verizon…

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Fury after primary pupils are asked to complete radicalisation-seeking surveys

Parents complain after London council circulates questionnaire among year 6 pupils in schools with large Muslim intakes Continue reading…

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Newark Students Protest Superintendent, District Policies

Newark Students Protest Superintendent, District Policies
Thousands of high school students in Newark, New Jersey walked out of their classes before the start of the Memorial Day weekend, marching through city streets and closing a major intersection, all to protest the policies of the school district.
Organized by the Newark Students Union and advocacy group NJ Communities United, the students marched through the city streets and stopped outside City Hall, holding signs that read “”Save Our Schools” and “We Have Rights…

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Podcast424: Lessons Learned Coaching PreK Teachers in iPad 1 to 1 Classrooms with Gail Lovely

This podcast is a recorded conversation from May 26, 2015, between Gail Lovely and Wesley Fryer. Gail and Wes have been part of a team from Storychasers serving as instructional coaches for PreK teachers at Maryetta School in Stilwell, Oklahoma, who are part of a new grant-funded iPad 1 to 1 learning initiative…

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Sebastian Black obituary

Sebastian Black obituary

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Sebastian Black obituaryContinue reading…

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The Learning Network: 6 Q’s About the News | FIFA Inquiry Yields Indictments; U.S. Officials Vow to Pursue More

What is your reaction to the charges of corruption against so many FIFA officials?

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What is it like to take part in a Science Drama competition?

It’s two days to the International Science Drama Competition (ISDC) 2015! Did you read the earlier post we share? Let’s take a look at one of this year’s finalists, Punggol Primary School, which was also the winner of last year’s Singapore Shell Youth Science Festival (SSYSF) STAGE! (previous name of the ISDC)…

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UK students increasingly opting to study abroad

British Council study shows a third of students aged between 16 and 30 are interested in some form of overseas study Continue reading…

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