researchED, the grass-roots, U.K.-based organization propelled by teachers, may be the first launched by a single Tweet on social media. Since its creation in 2013 by two British teachers, … 961 more words
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And your pacing guides, and your required reading lists….
I firmly believe that if I were to enter the classroom again, I’d be fired before October. 389 more words
In a sense, the visit of such a person to such an institution made perfect sense, that much the more in the Age of Trump. After all, here you had Speaker of the House Paul Ryan, one of the leading proponents of the ceaseless war on the remnants of the social contract, fresh off his successful orchestration of a billionaire tax cut masquerading as a health care bill intended to strip millions of healthcare, visiting Harlem Success Academy, the flagship school of Eva Moskowitz, one the most successful practitioners of the publically funded privately managed scams called charter schools. 659 more words
Surveying the education public as well as ‘stakeholders’ for their opinion is the latest trend in Canadian K-12 education policy. Two recent Canadian education surveys conducted in… 802 more words
In the era of Modern Learning Environments and all the various rhetoric around what constitutes 21st Century Learning Environments, one key point seems to be lacking in the conversation. 708 more words
School systems tend to be leery of trailbrazers, especially when it comes to instilling rigour and improved student behaviour.
One U.K. school head, Katharine Birbalsingh… 1,113 more words
Before I decided to become a teacher, I tried my hand as a travel agent. The idea of travel and exotic places as a career really excited me and I, at age 18, enthusiastically entered the vocation with ideas of glamour and adventure. 1,271 more words