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In 2016, Arizona educators led the fight to pass Proposition 123. It’s tough to make a dollar stretch on an educator salary—especially a new educator salary. Many new educators in Yuma, Az., weren’t sure how joining the union could change
It’s easy to hear or read stories of innovation happening at other schools and write them off — those schools won a grant to try something new, or work with a less difficult population, or are charter networks, or are
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Eleven people were injured at Ohio State University Monday after a student drove into a group of pedestrians outside a classroom building, got out of his car and stabbed several people with a butcher knife. Police said an Ohio State
When it comes to gaining tenure, are minority professors held to higher — or even shifting — standards, compared to their white colleagues? That’s the question asked by numerous challenges to negative tenure decisions nationwide in recent years. It’s also
Earlier this year Udacity, a Silicon Valley-based online course provider, announced a new perk for those considering its nanodegrees, which are short-term bundles of courses in technology-related fields such as data science, basic programming and app development. “Earn a nanodegree
While many community colleges are dealing with decreasing enrollments, some in Texas have boosted their numbers with students who are still attending local high schools. And with dual enrollment on the rise in Texas, the state has become more open
Mobile devices have become an important part of the modern classroom, and an ever-growing number of educators are turning to Chromebooks in the classroom. The post How to Use Chromebooks in the Classroom appeared first on Edudemic.
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