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Caroline Lucas Mar 9
Teachers don’t want them, parents don’t want them, education experts don’t want them. It’s time to end SATs in primary schools I hope MPs from across the House will come along tomorrow to hear why our children are
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Sarah Hewitt-Clarkson Feb 6
Together we can change the system ⁦
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Jeff Moorhouse Mar 20
Service before self is a creed for many heroes. Let me tell you what you are seeing. A principal and a cafeteria manger delivering a breakfast and lunch to children that don’t have a way to get to the feeding location. The heart of an educator is unmatched.
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Can Can Campaigns Jan 6
Excited to have teamed up with again to make their next film with parents and children shining a light on the scourge of high stakes accountability and testing in primary schools watch this space
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Trauma Informed Schools UK Jan 31
Recognition is a human hunger needed by pupils & teachers alike. Teachers are more than mere educators. Their skills in supporting pupils' wellbeing are second to none. But seldom do these elements get celebrated in the way they should.
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Justin Parmenter Nov 15
Hey NC teachers, EVAAS value-added scores just dropped. When you view these arbitrary measures which are based on a secret algorithm, don’t forget you are so much more than that score!! cc
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La Joya AFT Local 4632 Mar 16
Today WE RALLY TOGETHER&SUPPORT Houston ISD!! We oppose any effort to remove democratic control from local districts! Voters have elected a new school board and local control is the remedy! We STAND with students and families!
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Roz Jan 29
I don't know who to thank for this but it is one of the most brilliant things I've ever read. Schools could be so much more
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Christine Langhoff Dec 25
Teachers know that life is .
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Jeff Smith Mar 11
The real experts on child education are teachers and parents. I’m joining them in opposing the Government’s plan to start testing school children from the age of 4. Children should to be free to be children - I pledge to make them
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Colton Junod Feb 25
A undergrad professor of mine once told me I should stop volunteering at the county hospital on the weekends and dedicate more time to their class. Talked about in med school interviews: my time in an inner-city ER Not talked about: my B on transcript
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HoustonCVPE Mar 13
March 16 rally against state takeover is POSTPONED due to COVID. Virtual rally on Mon, March 16, 11am-12 noon. POST photos of yourself w/ signs, 1 min speech videos on social media. , , Change profile pic toNoHISDTakeover meme
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Ryan Krohn Jan 22
Correct. This includes our systems for recognizing learning. Design feedback systems that help learners discover their gifts and see who they are, rather then what they are not.
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More Than A Score Mar 31
We agree, the coronavirus is an opportunity to banish exams for good!
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Amy Hunt Jan 23
Parents care more about how happy their child is at school than test results and league tables. When will the Government listen to those who know best?
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Piney Woods Elem Mar 6
Second Graders held a camping-themed Author Celebration today where the students wrote about something they did with a friend and then read their story to a rotating audience.
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🍂📚 Laura Trinder 📚🍂 Feb 4
What a lovely video! I remember being in year 2 and already feeling nervous about my year 6 SATs. I didn't want to grow up because I knew that getting older meant exams. (Zero pressure from my lovely parents, just the vibe I picked up from school).
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Diedra Higginbotham 🌸 Jan 29
These amazing shelves were built for our class by Mr. Hale’s construction class and several of my students were able to help in the final steps. All of these students are ! Thank you so much ! is the best!
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SDGs For Children Dec 26
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More Than A Score Mar 26
This week we've been posting some of, what we consider the most unique virtual activities children can be taking part in during. There are also a couple of fab things for the parents so make sure you follow us on FB for more info:
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