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Do we need a Code of Ethics for non-educator roles?

In a market-based model, the need for a Code of Ethics to underpin the work of early childhood educators is critically important. Alongside the National Quality Framework, it provides a framework for ensuring that children’s rights are prioritised, and that educators themselves can advocate for the importance of their own roles and the experiences of children. 1,427 more words

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Laura (Riding) Jackson Creative Writer, Susannah Vendryes: A Glowing Yellow Egg Rolls Down the Hill.

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By Susannah Vendryes

Up in a tall pine tree on top of a grassy hill lies a big, glorious egg.  The tree has been bending and twisting in the wind for quite some time now; but the egg is safe. 458 more words

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The Case for School Librarians

School librarians are a significant part of the educational experience we offer our students. They provide collaborative, engaging learning environments full of information for our kids. 1,257 more words

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Texas Teachers Get Pay Raise; Governor Calls It 'Monumental Moment'

AUSTIN, Texas (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has signed into law teacher raises and a sweeping overhaul of how the state pays to educate more than 5 million students in public schools. 246 more words

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Digital PD: Professional Development on Your Time

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Looking to use hashtags to their fullest? Whether you’re using your own personal hashtag like #WhatBinder or a common hashtag like # 595 more words

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Neill of Summerhill: The Permanent Rebel (Jonathan Croall)

Neill of Summerhill: The Permanent Rebel (Jonathan Croall) lands on the shelves of my shop, where it will be found in my Biography shelves. 199 more words

BookLovers Of Bath: The Shop!

Dodgeball is oppression...

Most academics are idiots.   Of course,  many of them are progressives,  so I repeat myself.   They may not inhabit the traditional “ivory towers”,  but they are far removed from normal people living ordinary lives,  and they generally glory in that. 201 more words