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Bits and Bytes - October 21, 2016

Find information and opportunities for educators and education-interested folks below.


EMSP Partner Meeting
The East Metro STEAM Partnership is seeking your input on the guiding documents as we move forward in the coming year.   354 more words


Metro schools in a FAFSA frenzy

Metro schools are in a FAFSA frenzy. Literally.

As part of statewide effort to help Tennessee students complete the Free Application for Student Aid application early, many Metro high schools are hosting FAFSA Frenzy events throughout the fall semester. 780 more words


Happy Fall!

Hello my blog followers,

I am so glad it’s the fall season. I love when it gets close to all my favorite Holidays. I am not sure what my plans are for Halloween yet but I do plan on dressing up. 515 more words


It Is All Beginning To Make Sense How Our Young People Are Turning To Socialism *Open Thread*

Recently, I saw an incredibly disturbing article in the Washington Free Beacon about where Millennials are in the political spectrum. Specifically, as the title indicates, about half of them are A-Okay with Socialism now. 1,193 more words

Walking With Children

A nature walk is something that gets children outside at any part during the year. I was working with a kindergarten class when there were children outside during lunch explore the different parts of nature. 624 more words


Teachers are mentors, not vendors

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

So a well-intentioned Forum letter (“Working after school hours part of ‘service’“, Oct 8) provoked a backlash against the writer and against “the system”. 1,008 more words

Current Affairs

Vicki Kimball Named CTE Teacher of the Year

On Oct. 7, during a statewide learning conference at Lewiston Regional Technical Center, Vicki Kimball was named Maine’s Career and Technical Education (CTE) Teacher of the Year. 75 more words