Factors to Consider:
- Attractiveness of the District—stereotypically, highly attractive districts or schools are usually affluent, high paying, and high achieving. They are highly selective in…
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That would be the Communist avant-garde, arriving here in strength in 1921.
This article is a quick history lesson about the fanatics that beset…Continue
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Are you sending out your resume but only getting few interviews? Are you getting interviews but are not being called back? What should you do to get your fair share of interviews? What are the factors that determine your success?
Factors to Consider:
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How zero-sum thinking about race hurts all Americans
A conversation with Heather McGhee about the costs of America’s racial bargain.
Read in Vox: https://apple.news/AoBEUtKtKTj-rT2Ud-IpH6g
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American public schools are full of pedagogical nonsense: New Math, Reform Math, Common Core Math.
If you want the real stuff, look at the textbooks created by John Saxon, writer and publisher. (After 27 years in the military as a jet pilot.)
If you are dismayed by what you find in the public schools, read this short piece about John Saxon's life and…Continue
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It is your final interview. Three Central Office Administrators are questioning you. “Do you have questions for us?” the Superintendent asks.
“Yes, what do you see as some of the greatest curricular challenges that the district has that I, if I’m lucky enough to get this job, would be expected to address?”
The Superintendent nods at the Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction. She responds to your question. “As…Continue
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Meet the special education teacher creating real change in the classroom
Mary-Margaret Gamblin is part of the next generation of teachers ushering in a shift to the education system. Now more than ever, thanks to advancements in social and emotional development, teachers are able to build an educational system that looks at each student as a whole.
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What are your thoughts on teaching syllable division patterns? I recently came across some new research from Devin Kearns and it made me start thinking about if all the time programs spend teaching syllable division patterns is really justified. If teaching syllable division is not time well invested, what type of instruction would you recommend replacing it…Continue
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From Larry Ferlazzo
News Evaluator website is a new interactive designed to help students develop information literacy skills.
Here’s an excerpt from New tool makes students better at detecting fake imagery…Continue
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