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Melinda E. Shanholtz

Ms. Shanholtz is known as ‘Miss Liberty’ for her 32 years of dedicated teaching. Ms. Shanholtz loves her profession and feels that her greatest reward is inspiring her students to become teachers. 116 more words


9YBA Head of Year

In many schools pastoral work has taken a new twist as tutor groups are arranged vertically with a few pupils from each year. I can’t really comment on that , others might by clicking reply. 1,429 more words


California Protecting Student Digital Privacy: Legal Updates in Education

What is privacy in the digital age?  While platform adoption and creation increases, state and national governments race to keep up.  Two particular populations have received the most significant attention in the legislature, including employees and students. 1,638 more words

Social Media In Higher Education

Money and Federal Regulations Yield No Positive Education Results

Via the Mercatus Center at George Mason University:

Reading, Writing, and Regulations: A Survey of the Expanding Federal Role in Elementary and Secondary Education Policy… 226 more words

Kill the Music: Students Must Read, Write, Do Math

This weekend’s Wall Street Journal featured a well-intentioned piece, “A Musical Fix For U.S. Schools,” which took up nearly 3/4 of a page with a huge accompanying photograph of a child playing the trumpet.  519 more words


Yr 12 Eco-Art Intro Workshop

The Students were in 4 groups, each given an object to draw inspiration from to make a sculpture. The things they were asked to think about were… 333 more words

Eco Art Workshops