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I'd ask my Thought Leaders about rape, but they're not talking

Last night, I had the privilege to be on a Twitter chat about Ferguson (h/t to @JessLifTeach).  It wasn’t the only tweetchat about the topic by any means, and I was glad to see a group of teachers talking about what they can do to talk to or teach their students about what has been going on.   860 more words


Happy Thanksgiving from School Literacy and Culture

It is the time of year when we set aside a full day to give thanks for all we are given. This year, we want to offer gratitude to you: the ones who commit your lives to teaching and raising young children.  126 more words

5 Ways to Change the Face of Education

Courtesy of the brilliant Mark Barnes:

1-Stop worrying about losing your job

For tenured teachers, this isn’t much of a problem, although there is a… 523 more words


Sonnet for Mto Wa Mbu (with apologies to Shakespeare)

In me you can see the impressions left
Of a wondrous time in Tanzania.
In Mto wa Mbu my heart was thus theft.
Things seem missing from life in Australia. 110 more words


Anies: Muliakan Profesi Guru

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Kementerian Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan (Kemenidikbud) menginginkan agar profesi guru dapat lebih dimuliakan. Upaya meningkatkan harkat dan martabat guru itu tidak bisa hanya mengandalkan pemerintah, tapi juga bantuan dari pihak swasta. 148 more words


Anies: Honor Teacher Profession

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Ministry of Education and Culture (Kemenidikbud) wants the teaching profession to be more honored.   Efforts to improve the dignity and status of teachers cannot merely rely on the government, but also the help of the private sector. 180 more words