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Monthly Archives: May 2014
Help celebrate the unveiling of new national voluntary arts standards written for and by arts educators to support quality teaching and learning! On June 4, 2014 the National Coalition for Core Arts Standards will present new voluntary core arts standards … Continue reading
The latest edition of the National Science Board’s Science and Engineering Indicators is out. The data-rich volume is what Science magazine called “a feast for policy wonks.” A free public resource for education and state policymakers, the state data tool … Continue reading
Just a few years ago, Toledo Public Schools closed its buildings in the summers. Maintenance staff were the only people to walk through school halls most summer days. This summer, about two dozen TPS elementary and high schools will offer … Continue reading
I’ve read a lot of articles about preventing teacher burnout, so a new list is probably not that unique. However, as I reflected on what causes burnout, on times when I came pretty close to feeling burnout, and on times … Continue reading
Spurred on by the President’s ConnectED initiative, the FCC is moving to prioritize WiFi over outdated technology, and there’s still time for districts to speak up about what they need. “Technology has changed; the needs of schools have changed; the … Continue reading
The 2014 NH School Library Media Association awards were presented at last weekend’s conference. For those of you who couldn’t make it, I’ve included the names of the recipients and the words of praise that were spoken about each. What … Continue reading
To meet the challenges of teaching in an increasingly connected world, school leaders, educators and community members could benefit from building a culture of transparency and connectivity, creating a culture of sharing around the successes and struggles of teaching and … Continue reading