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We need leaders, not politicians

AZ Senate President Andy Biggs claims more funding doesn’t produce better educational outcomes and points to Washington D.C. as proof. Wow, way to deflect Andy. The truth is, places with high poverty, crime and unemployment often require high per pupil funding to try to deal with these various intersecting complications. 1,166 more words


Looking for Books? A few suggestions for the preschooler in your life

I spent all of this summer either being (super) pregnant and running after a 3 year old, or trying to take care of a newborn and running after a 3 year old. 259 more words

Early Childhood Education

Guest Blog: Back-to-School Transitions

To bring you thoughtful commentary from a variety of sources, Immersed is hereby launching a guest blogging program for the 2015–2016 academic year. You can expect to read and enjoy posts from members within  632 more words

The New Century School

Weekly Reads -September 4

Here’s my list of favorite blogs and articles from the last week.  I would love to read your comments about any that you read.

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Early Childhood Education

Understanding Preschool Teaching and Learning Dynamics

When a child is nearing preschool age, the parent prepares him for an exciting new world. The pre-school age is a pivotal point in every child’s life after all. 389 more words

Early Childhood Education

Between the lines

For a few months I had been aware of the new colouring books for adults craze that is sweeping the world but had chosen to ignore it. 1,070 more words


The Daisies that Survived

As spring approaches many exciting things begin to happen; sunshine, lambs, daffodils, leaves back on trees and daisies back on the grass.

Now I can not take credit for the photos used in this post, these were taken at my place of work. 654 more words