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A Defeat for School "Reform"

In what may hopefully be a small sign that the tide could be turning against a corporate-funded K-12 school “reform” movement that thrives on autocratic administration and the denigration of veteran teachers, Los Angeles Unified School District Superintendent John Deasy has resigned at the request of the school board, … 655 more words


ESD ‘Tech Tour’ to Spotlight STEM Efforts at Michigan Universities

SOUTHFIELD — Michigan’s colleges and universities are critical partners in helping the state — and the nation as a whole — cope with a looming shortage of qualified workers in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields. 341 more words


UDM Shows Off Research, New Auto Center

DETROIT — University of Detroit Mercy hosted about 200 high school students from southeast Michigan and northern Ohio Friday for its second annual Student Research Symposium. 371 more words


My three days at Harvard Graduate School of Education... Day 2

Listening to Justin Reich, https://cyber.law.harvard.edu/people/jreich as we discuss the future of technology in Independent Schools. I have been meaning to blog about the recent NY Times article on whether children benefit from interactive books on tablets to the same extent that they benefit from being read to by an adult. 48 more words


Teach for American Fall Deadline (10/24/14)


Start your application: www.teachforamerica.org/apply

Teach For America is developing a movement of leaders who will help drive change at every level of our education system toward the goal of closing the opportunity gap in America.  169 more words


Job Opportunity: Part Time Enrichment Coordinator - Sand Point Elementary

Job Description: Part Time Elementary School Enrichment Coordinator

Under the supervision of the Sand Point Elementary PTA Enrichment Team.

Position includes a weekly on-site coordination and operation for our before school enrichment program including, the development and administration of the extended learning program on Tuesday and Thursday mornings (8:15am-9:15am). 434 more words