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"The question is not how to eliminate third-party access to my children’s data, but rather how to give parents and teachers control over how that sharing happens."
Cost can be a barrier to teaching kids coding, but Google's "CS First" offers affordable after-school and summer coding programs.
"A close relationship with the Jackson family to improve the quality of programs for the Gary Community School Corp. can mean tremendous gains for the school district and the city as a whole," said Gary Community School Corp.... 07/23/2014 - 9:32am ago
"Shopping and having the right clothes are of higher importance than potentially huge problems like bullying and subpar teachers. Are most of us really that superficial?"
Newer software and apps require an actual physical keyboard, so cheap laptops help students consume as well as create new content.
For example, these two experts dismiss claims that "cyberteaching is an efficient, cost-saving and highly effective means of education."
EdSurge has compiled a list of the best 40+ tools to get started. Whether you (and students) are complete novices or advanced coders, you'll find something here to help enhance your skills.
The law limits the number of hours and days football teams can practice tackling and other hitting plays.
This is one district's story about replacing pre-plated, processed meals with freshly prepared food made from locally grown ingredients.
The danger of perceiving high rates of student socioeconomic disadvantage is having lower expectations that negatively impact student learning.
"Rolling out the new [evaluation] methods has proved difficult in some cases...as teacher groups resist and problems arise during implementation."
When a longer school day failed to raise achievement, a New Haven, CT, school turned things around by creating more time for teachers to improve their craft.
"Each time you're looking at a teacher in the Harry Potter books, you're also looking at Rowling's sense of what teaching is, and what good and bad teaching looks like."
Euducators read books on professional development and have conversations with other teachers on forums and in person. They do whatever they can to ensure they go into the fall stronger than they were last year.
The National School Board Association said that when determining cost-benefit ratios, there are too many differences between the two types of schools to make a valid comparison.
To stay relevant, schools need to reinvent themselves. Get in on the Maker movement with these tips and tools!
Growth in technology "not only affects those who instantly have access to information, but also creates greater access to education around the world. Classroom resources are now available to virtually anyone at little to no cost."
"If you want a break from beach reading, or are aiming for a better grasp of the American education system…here's your summer reading syllabus," said Vox.com.
"The problem is not that we have a bunch of racist teachers and administrators. But many aren’t aware of the biases and prejudices that they, like all of us, harbor, and our current system offers very little diversity training to preschool... 07/29/2014 - 8:59am ago
"This comes as a very unpleasant surprise, because we have to find $1 million," said School Board Chairwoman Alison Crumbley. "We can't do what the state says not to do."