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ESD 113 2h
Conley encourages people to “live beyond doubt, lack, fear, race, gender and excuse.” His Feb 23 talk is geared toward teenagers and their families, but even those without kids will find his message inspiring.
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MLEA_Prez 7h
Regionalization hurt, but getting rid of the state salary schedule and funding all employees at the same rate irregardless of degree or experience was a terrible policy decision, too.
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MLEA_Prez 7h
For a good look at how the reform crowd completely screwed up education finance in Washington State, check out the Hold Harmless materials that has published.
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EthnicStudiesNowWA 9h
Existing While Black: What Does It Feel Like When Every Move You Make Is Policed?
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Paul Francis Feb 11
There is a lot of misinformation about the value of a 4-year degree. What does the data tell us? 2019 data from the U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics show that in 2017 bachelor’s degree holders earned on average 2x annually as much as a HS graduate: .
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MLEA_Prez 6h
Replying to @edvoters
The thought that getting rid of staff mix was a good idea. They were really, really wrong.
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EthnicStudiesNowWA Feb 16
Rarely represented in media, Cham youth filmed their own documentary, ‘Ramadan’
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EthnicStudiesNowWA Feb 13
Highlighting the need for in
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Class Size Counts WA Feb 11
We believe healthy students and safe schools should be a legislative budget priority. Add your name to our school safety petition now!
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MLEA_Prez 19h
WASA has put out a bunch of documents for proposed funding formula changes, and this one's a hoot--a list of all the districts in the state, rank ordered by years of experience. The fact that so many of the lowest are tells you something.
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martha preston Feb 14
Raising Money for Tutoring Supplies
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Education Voters Feb 12
Reminder that today is the last day to vote in special elections happening across the state! Dozens of districts are voting on local levies for enrichment and school construction. Is your district one of them? Find out here and make sure to vote!
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WA Board of Ed. Feb 14
Do you know a great teacher? A leader who inspires others? Nominate them today for Teacher of the Year! Deadline for nominations for the 2020 Teacher of the Year is March 1, 2019.
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The Dotard is Demented Feb 15
Replying to @NShrubs
You'll see the usual suspect names appear - people from TFA (teach for awhile), Relay (fake) "Graduate" School, Gates foundation funding. Any opportunity to belittle & criticize & privatize public education is seized by profiteers.
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The Dotard is Demented Feb 10
And now the school closure announcements for tomorrow begin. Seattle & Auburn are closed tomorrow, I'm sure the rest of us will follow suit.
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Rich Wood Feb 14
Good time for a review! members are proud of their ongoing role in getting the state to uphold its paramount duty to our children. Still more work left on school funding...
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The Dotard is Demented Feb 15
California: Charter School Threatens to Drive District into Bankruptcy | Diane Ravitch's blog
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EthnicStudiesNowWA Feb 11
Podcasts for Teaching About Racial Justice Issues
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Education Voters 24h
🍎 Now’s your chance to recognize a great teacher! Nominations for 2020 Teacher of the Year are now open, but hurry because they close March 1st.
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Paul Francis Feb 11
Replying to @realpaulfrancis
And 63% of ”career job openings” in WA — jobs offering the best starting salaries & opportunities for advancement — will be filled with workers with bachelor’s degrees or higher: .
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