Friday Teacher Blogger Roundup

By Bryan Toporek — July 09, 2010 1 min read
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Here at Teacher, we’ve got some great bloggers writing for us. Every Friday, we’ll be directing you to a few of the best entries of the week.

Living in Dialogue: Anthony Cody lays out seven key principles that teachers believe to the Department of Education.

Place at the Table: A survey shows Susan Graham that teachers aren’t the only ones who feel silenced in schools—students feel muted also.

Teacher in a Strange Land: After seeing little to no progress in education over the past two years, Nancy Flanagan thinks it’s time for teachers to get political.

Unwrapping the Gifted: Not all of Tamara Fisher’s students find fault with being gifted. (Some, on the other hand, do.)

A version of this news article first appeared in the Teaching Now blog.