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tyler douse 37m
Pure insanity that would even consider not fully funding . Do we value public education or not? Actions speak louder than words and this administration’s lack of support for teachers and public education speaks volumes.
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Robert M. McDowell 14 Dec 17
Looking forward to appearing on with at 3:00 ET to discuss & much more I’m sure.
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Educators4Excellence 2h
member Dharini Dharmadasa explains why it’s so critical that fully fund of , which covers professional development for teachers:
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Matt Wood 23h
Replying to @TimKarr @TedatACA and 3 others
Come on, . Tell us why an edge provider’s stock price is indicative of the “success” in wiping away nondiscrimination law online, but a broadband provider’s declining stock price doesn’t matter. You know the old saying: when you are in a hole, keep digging....
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Tammy Whitlock Jan 14
Students learn best from one another. Teachers learn best from one another. One teacher said in debrief that the best professional development she had this year was observing another teacher using .
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Jess Brohard 14 Dec 17
Those who are against /: do you think ISPs will not create fast lanes? Or are you just not concerned about fast lanes? Those who are for /: why do you think ISPs WILL create fast lanes? (Genuinely asking, I'd like to hear opinions!)
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Matthew M. Polka Oct 4
Everyone is suing everyone over net neutrality. Congress should step in. ⁦⁩ MMP: I completely disagree the abdicated its responsibility in repealing . This has ALWAYS been an issue for to solve.
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(((haroldfeld))) Aug 28
The Verizon throttling incident in CA and its aftermath show just how radical -- and dangerous -- the repeal of and were.
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Katie McAuliffe Nov 14
.: “While Americans overall report a desire to protect the internet, they are not necessarily enthused about the approach, empowering a gov't agency to regulate the internet like the telephone network”
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Julia Rafal-Baer Feb 14
Eliminating Title 2 funds is a colossal mistake. There are powerful examples across the country of impactful work dramatically improving outcomes in schools and communities. More here from on TN's progress:
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Matt Wood Jan 14
Verizon charges “spam” fee for texts from teachers to students, by in . But hey, at least this & embarrassment comes during shutdown, when they can hide even more readily.
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Roslyn Layton, PhD Jul 25
Preliminary numbers from@USTelecom shows network investment roaring back now that has restored internet policy that Congress intended. The more time we can put on the clock to separate us from that misguided experiment, the better.
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Chiefs for Change Mar 20
funds are critical to effective teaching and leadership -- join us in calling on Congress to continue funding so that teachers and principals are able to meet the needs of the students they serve.
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Sarah Anderson Jul 29
Still waiting patiently for the day that my internet starts loading web pages one word at a time :) . you made the right call.   
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Matt Wood Nov 5
US Supreme Court denies cert in the , , and others' attempt to vacate the 2016 DC Circuit decision upholding the strong 2015 rules and classification.
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Meghan Everette Feb 22
I don’t need a gun. I could use a bit of that $2 billion you wanna cut for teacher training though. Or tissues. We’re out again.
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Chiefs for Change Mar 21
is the only dedicated source of federal funding for professional learning & leadership support for teachers & principals. Congress MUST continue funding so educators can grow their practice to meet student needs.
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Matthew M. Polka Sep 5
There is no defending the action. But in all of the by the crowd to say how bad are, why didn’t they also note that Mbr was making available to firefighters in their svc areas? !
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Tom Struble Jun 11
What does repeal of , transfer of oversight to , mean for science? Some fear ISPs will block access to scientific research, but I doubt it (no incentive + would likely violate Section 5). will drive R&D in real-time services, though!
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Stephanie Hirsh Oct 21
Coaching is a powerful example of sustained and intensive professional learning. A 2018 meta-analysis examined 60 rigorous studies of coaching. The analysis found large positive effects of coaching on teachers’ instructional practices.
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