“Stronger Together” is not the name of the latest social-media fitness app. It’s a grant proposed in President Obama’s new budget, reviving an idea that hasn’t gotten much policy attention in decades: diversity in public schools. If the request is
The ed-tech market welcomed a slew of new products, solutions and offerings this month. If you missed our TCEA 2016 product roundup, you can view them here and here. Here’s a roundup of what we covered in February in SmartBrief
“The glue that holds all relationships together — including the relationship between the leader and the led — is trust, and trust is based on integrity.” ~ Brian Tracy Gilbert Stuart’s portrait of George Washington (The Clark Institute of Art)
While the U.S. child poverty rate is higher today than ever before, its impact is compounded by education policies that fail to address poverty-related impediments to teaching and learning. At a recent panel discussion held at the U.S. Capitol Building in Washington,
Educators empower students to follow their dreams on a daily basis, but this past weekend, 1,500 educators came together to empower one another at NEA’s third annual National Leadership Summit held in Dallas, Texas. Educators representing all 50 states were
Our teaching persona is expressed in how we go about shaping the learning environment. A purposeful integration of our teaching persona helps link students with content in subtle ways. This matters because we’re after an expression of teaching persona that
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