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Salem Reporter 19h
The Salem-Keizer Education Foundation, which serves thousands of students, is cutting back after a new building and years of rapid expansion left the organization deeply in debt with cash flow problems
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Education Week Jan 10
When teachers are looking for institutions to trust these days, are more and more of them coming up empty? EdWeek reporter unpacks this year’s outbreak of teacher activism.
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Meghan Mangrum Jan 8
Check out latest round-up of top education news, including my story on how mentors in Hamilton County () are helping ensure first-year teachers succeed via .
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Theresa Harrington 19h
: Unified looks to higher teacher pay to improve student learning and curb teacher turnover as educators threaten to strike, facing the realization that teacher turnover is related to low student achievement:
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Kristen Doerer 19h
Studies since the 1980s have found gender bias in student evaluations and, since the early 2000s, have found racial bias as well. Colleges are getting smarter about how they use them and how they evaluate teaching effectiveness. Here’s how.
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Meghan Mangrum 19h
ICYMI: Public health officials are warning educators and parents about the the use of nicotine toothpicks by teens via .
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LRJ 18h
Administrators take over instruction during LA teacher strike, strive to give 'the very best we can' via
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Education Week Jan 14
In the second annual “10 Big Ideas in Education” special report, reporters and editors set to identify the next “big things” that could shift the K-12 conversation. Did they get it right?
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Emily Richmond Jan 10
From , strong evidence we need to expand to include a "WTF" category:
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Education Week 19h
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Jennifer Pignolet 20h
Gap in TN's accountability system means districts are "dinged" for trying to reengage students who would otherwise drop out. This Memphis high school saves students from dropping out. It constantly fights to stay open. via
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Meghan Mangrum Jan 9
Hamilton County's second Urban Education Institute gathered teachers from some of the district's struggling inter-city schools for a day of training, including on how to create a trauma-informed classroom via .
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linda lambeck 16h
In Norwalk, education conversation centers on whole student via
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Tony Wan 20h
As programs grow at higher-ed institutions, a look by at how instructors also weave in humanities and philosophy in hopes of addressing tech’s ethical dark side.
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Goldie Blumenstyk 20h
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Charlotte West Jan 8
My latest piece for on how testing companies don't need hard evidence to cancel students' standardized test scores.
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Emily Richmond 20h
Hey, members: what was your best story of the past 7 days? Now's your chance to !
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Caroline Bauman Jan 9
One school saw an 18 percent drop in chronic absenteeism, another a 19 percent increase. Leaders for both schools say having in-house educators dedicated to monitoring/addressing student absences makes a difference.
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Elizabeth Hernandez 20h
Replying to @denverpost
ICYMI: New superintendent vows to keep schools open if teachers strike for the first time since 1994 | " “I have $1,700 in my savings account if we go on strike, so we’ll see how this goes" via
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Stephen Noonoo 10h
AI curricula is taking more into account than just the tech.
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