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Mar 10, 2017
Principals, Literacy Leaders In Their Schools
Principals, Literacy Leaders In Their Schools
Most organizations recognize the critical importance of strong leadership. But Steve Tozer, director of the Center for Urban Education Leadership at the University of Illinois at Chicago, says education institutions have been late to that insight, focusing on the teacher-student relationship to the near exclusion of all others. That may not be ...
Education DIVE
Play Ball! Say Supporters of 30-Minute Recess Bill
Some of life’s greatest lessons are learned on a school playground - how to share, how to lose gracefully, how to just get ...
Portland Press Herald
Diversity Lags as Students Are Matched With City Schools
Diversity Lags as Students Are Matched With City Schools
It was decision day for many New York City children on Wednesday, as the Education Department told eighth graders where ...
The New York Times
To attract teachers, pricey school districts are becoming their landlords
Rizi Manzon is a teacher, so naturally, he has a lot to worry about: a stack of homework assignments to grade, a week's worth ...
Los Angeles Daily News
Putting a Focus on Media Literacy in the Digital Age
Putting a Focus on Media Literacy in the Digital Age
For K–12 students, there has never been a time in their lives when information wasn't just a Google search away. But does ...
EdTech
New Report Recommends Ways To Bridge High School Graduation Gap
According to state education officials, four- year high school graduation rates are at their highest ever, but gaps remain ...
Rhode Island Public Radio
A Toolkit for Students in Crisis
A Toolkit for Students in Crisis
I've learned a few tricks over many years of working with emotionally reactive students-kids who feel emotions intensely ...
Edutopia
America's School Facilities Get A Near-Failing Grade
Most parents aren't very happy when their children bring home a report card with anything less than a C-. They'll be even less ...
CNBC
10 Ways to Make the Most of Daylight Savings
10 Ways to Make the Most of Daylight Savings
We spring ahead on Sunday, March 12. You're probably looking forward to a little more light in your day. DST started back ...
Wise Bread
You Don't Need to Sit the LSAT to Get into Harvard Law School Anymore
While the GRE is offered frequently in many locations worldwide, the LSAT is held only four times annually. Critics have ...
Time
Should high schools focus on offering college experience over college prep?
Should high schools focus on offering college experience over college prep?
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation's Early College High School Initiative has supported the creation or redesign of nearly ...
Education DIVE
         
Cartoon
"I thought about you all day at work. My boss's cologne smells just like your socks."
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Trivia
What famous teacher was born in Bolivia, he immigrated to America and became the teacher that immortalized in the film Stand and Deliver (1988).
See the answer below.
What Year Was It?
Rebellion in Tibet
Rebellion in Tibet
Tibetans band together in revolt, surrounding the summer palace of the Dalai Lama in defiance of Chinese occupation forces.
The day was Mar 10. What year was it?
Quote of the Day
Men and women must be educated, in a great degree, by the opinions and manners of the society they live in.
Mary Wollstonecraft
Trivia Answer
What famous teacher was born in Bolivia, he immigrated to America and became the teacher that immortalized in the film Stand and Deliver (1988).
Answer: Jaime Escalante
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