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Reform Matters: January 11, 2016
posted by: Alix | January 11, 2016, 05:19 pm
Reform Matters: January 11, 2016
A Publication of the Association of American Educators Volume 4, Issue 10: January 11, 2016 #IStandWithRebecca

 

BREAKING: Today has been a big day for educators nationwide. Oral arguments in the Friedrichs  vs. CTA et. al. U.S. Supreme Court case were heard today to decide whether or not compulsory union fees infringe on a teacher's freedom of speech rights. The decision, expected this spring, could potentially end the practice of forced unionism for educators nationwide. Click here to read the legal transcripts fresh from the court room.

 

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Friedrichs vs. CTA: The Latest
posted by: Alana | January 07, 2016, 03:47 pm
 Friedrichs vs. CTA: The Latest

 

Wondering what the latest is on the Friedrichs case? Bookmark this page for the best resources and latest updates on the case!

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AAE Video Release: Lawsuits with Impact
posted by: Alana | December 01, 2015, 02:51 pm
AAE Video Release: Lawsuits with Impact

This September, AAE sat down with stakeholders from the monumental Fredrich's and Bain court cases to get an in-depth look at how these issues impact education.

 

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2105 NAEP Results & Video Summary
posted by: Alana | November 02, 2015, 01:14 pm

 

Everyone is talking about the release of the 2015 National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) exam results. Unfortunately, the results tell a very serious story about the state of education in today’s schools.

 

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Online Premiere: NEW AAE VIDEO
posted by: Larisa | August 03, 2012, 02:49 pm
As AAE gears up for the new back-to-school season, we are thrilled to launch a new video featuring many of our fantastic members from across the country.  We invite you to share this video so that educators from coast-to-coast know that there is an organization that supports the next generation of educators.   Continue Reading...
Teacher Choice Spotlight: Parochial School Educator
posted by: Alix | January 26, 2012, 11:06 am
This week is National School Choice Week – a national movement of grassroots organizations calling for more educational options. Here at AAE, we support National School Choice Week because we support educators in all settings and encourage teachers to pursue the school and setting best suited to their needs and interest.As part of National School Choice Week, AAE has profiled teachers throughout the country to showcase their own unique setting and choice. Today we are profiling Ms. Debbie Gleeson, a Catholic elementary school teacher in New Jersey.   Continue Reading...
NEA’s General Counsel Reveals True Priorities
posted by: Colin | March 15, 2011, 07:43 am

In July 2009, the National Education Association's General Counsel, Bob Chanin delivered a shocking speech that outlined the true priorities of the NEA: money and power. The claims were met by thunderous applause by the union leadership and members in attendance and these revelations generated significant commentary throughout the blogosphere.

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We often mention advances in technology on the AAE blog. Stories ranging from students organizing online study groups to learning Chinese through remote video conferencing in Shanghai have all been making national headlines. This week a sick boy in Texas is all over the blogosphere for a new technology that lets him attend class without ever leaving his home.   Continue Reading...

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is fuming at the federal government's unwillingness to let his administration address a clerical error in their 1,000 page application that likely cost his state $400 million in Race to the Top funding. A simple clerical mistake on the application switched 2008-09 budget numbers for 2010-11. Two weeks prior to the final decision, New Jersey officials met with federal officials and corrected the data in person, but apparently the verbal correction was not accepted. Gov. Christie is taking full responsibility and refuses to even release the name of the mid-level staffer who made the error.  Continue Reading...

Rap Your Way Through Algebra
posted by: Steph | June 28, 2010, 09:31 am

♪♫ I’m just a bill, yes I’m only a bill. ♪♫   Continue Reading...

AAE's Tracey Bailey on CNN Student Texting Story
posted by: Colin | April 20, 2010, 11:35 am

AAE's Director of Education Policy and 1993 National Teacher of the Year Tracey Bailey was interviewed by CNN's American Morning about the phenomenon of student texting. Watch the video here.  Continue Reading...

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AAE Staff Attend CIEA Meeting in Georgia
posted by: Colin | February 22, 2010, 01:21 pm

Some AAE staff traveled to sunny Atlanta, Georgia (a welcome change from snow-covered Alexandria, Virginia) to attend the 2010 Coalition of Independent Educator Associations at the Professional Association of Georgia Educators (PAGE) headquarters.

Independent educator associations are dedicated to putting students first, to treating educators as the professionals, and to providing teachers a choice in professional associations.

AAE, PAGE, and other associations discussed membership recruitment, legislative and legal affairs, professional learning, and charitable efforts.  Continue Reading...

AAE's Director of Education Policy, Tracey Bailey, appeared on Dr. Nancy on MSNBC last week to discuss a recent news story involving a school child being sent home and psychologically evaluated for drawing a crucifixion. Watch the interview.

For more on the story, here's a news report from Boston CBS-affiliate WBZ-TV.

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Video: Social Networking Revolution
posted by: Colin | October 21, 2009, 11:01 am

Is social media just a fad? A passing craze soon to be overtaken by another distraction? Or is this truly a new revolution in communication.

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