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District Phasing Out Swingsets, Citing Safety Concerns (10/23 03:36 pm)
Philadelphia Contract Cancellation Sparks Protests, Rebuttals (10/21 02:50 pm)
A Seriously Experienced Educator: Brooklyn Math Teacher Turns 100 (10/17 05:20 pm)
Can Students Benefit From More Phone Time? (10/17 10:32 am)
Teaching Ahead: A Roundtable
Charting My Own Course
Teaching Toward Tomorrow
Once educators, staff, and the community start to talk about the good, bad, and ugly that comes with any new reform, the better it will be for students.
Do you agree that treating text as evidence changes the experience of reading? How can teachers make sure students are able to read for evidence, but also personally connect to the text? Share your thoughts.
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Teacher Investment Makes or Breaks Education Policy (10/21 03:02 pm)
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Webinar: Teaching Social Issues in the Common-Core Era
October 22, 2014 at 3:30 p.m. ET
This webinar will explore how some educators create interdisciplinary units that integrate a variety of texts and learning methods to help students delve into social issues, including identity, cultural history, diversity, and civic engagement. Register.
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