Recently we’ve heard a lot about schools and districts concerned about the “Digital Divide”- the limited access students in economically disadvantaged school districts have to technology when compared to peers in wealthier districts. 263 more words
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Parents have been reaching out to me to ask about allowing their children to have their own email accounts. While email can be a valuable tool for children learning written communication skills, there are, of course, questions that need to be considered. 341 more words
Let me start out by being brutally honest, school budgets suck.
If you’re a teacher and reading this you know what I mean. You also know that the $250 federal deduction we can take doesn’t nearly cover what we actually spend and none of us ever remembers to save all of the receipts so we can itemize our taxes. 560 more words
John Naughton’s article created some small print, however ignores the important downside, the low salaries paid to skilled engineers and scientists. A bright pupil can recognise that the stem subjects area unit arduous. 578 more words