Curriculum Matters Blog
Some educators say evidence is lacking on whether new performance assessments are creating better teachers, according to this article from Education Week content partner The Hechinger Report. (May 17, 2013)
COMMENTARY: Sara Martinez Tucker
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Teaching Ahead Blog
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A public-private partnership between the New York schools' P-TECH program and IBM Corp. aims to develop students' technological skills, and gives them priority for future jobs at IBM.
Educators see an important place for technology in the preschool classroom, but say it is just one of many learning tools that can be incorporated among a range of developmentally appropriate materials and activities.
(May 14, 2013)
TEACHER LEADERS NETWORK
With school budgets tightening, teachers may feel even more pressure to spend their own money on classroom supplies. These tips can help keep the costs down to almost nothing, says a math teacher.
(May 14, 2013)
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