This inspiring video was shared at the June #TSLPConference.
Rita F. Pierson spent her entire life in or around the classroom, having followed both her parents and grandparents into a career as an educator. 119 more words
The Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) are awful. Do not adopt these standards. Corporate “Mad Men” gave them a name conjuring up the heroic images of Gene Rodenberry’s science fiction television series “Star Trek the Next Generation,” but they are really solely about pecuniary interests and power. 1,856 more words
The debates over metro government and school unification have brought forward new voices and experiences. However, supporters as well as opponents of school unification who occupy socially advantaged positions, whether urban or suburban are willing to deploy their own resources, that is, social, cultural, and economic capital, to pursue their own perceived best interests. 1,533 more words
Ideally, the best way to prevent students from taking out heavy student loans that damage their credit is to set up a system in which they do not have to take out loans—a system of free public education. 842 more words
By Maria Oviedo
The quality of Mexico’s education system is deficient. In the latest Program for International Student Assessment (PISA) evaluations of 2012, Mexico ranked 53 out of the 65 countries that participated in the examinations, and last out of the 35 participating OCDE countries. 971 more words