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Ed. Dept. Launches Site to Promote Teacher-Leadership Ideas (08/29 01:12 pm)
Time With Nature Reduces Student Stress, Research Says (08/29 09:22 am)
Standing Desks May Be the Next Classroom Trend (08/28 12:00 pm)
- • Texas teachers fill classrooms with 'crowdfunding' (08/25 8:48 am)
- • State OKs plan to cut pay for Detroit teachers (08/20 12:09 pm)
- • Agreements end federal teacher testing fraud case (08/20 8:44 am)
- • Pay cuts could be coming for Detroit teachers (08/19 8:37 am)
The Baltimore school district, along with the local teachers' union, has worked to transform the traditional pay schedule into one emphasizing professional accomplishments over credentials and seniority.
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