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Race to the Top Round 2 Finalists Named
posted by: Colin | July 27, 2010, 03:33 pm   

Education Secretary Arne Duncan announced today the eighteen states plus D.C. who have a chance to compete for the final round of the Race to the Top funding program. $3.4 billion is still up for grabs after Delaware and Tennessee received $600 million in round one. Continue Reading...

Five Ways to Make Facebook Work for Teachers
posted by: Steph | July 26, 2010, 12:38 pm   

Facebook poses an interesting conundrum for educators: to have or not to have a Facebook profile? First and foremost, educators must follow the regulations and guidelines of their specific school district. For some educators, Facebook will be strictly off limits, but for those whose districts permit teachers to use Facebook, here are a few easy tips to make the social networking site work for you: Continue Reading...

Trouble with Top-Down Federal Funding for Education
posted by: Colin | July 21, 2010, 09:47 am   

Joyce Irvine is a casualty of bureaucratic necessity.

A stellar principal by all accounts, Ms. Irvine was traded by her Burlington, Vermont school district for $3 million in federal stimulus funding. Despite a myriad of successes listed in a recent New York Times article, Ms. Irvine's couldn't significantly raise annual test scores during her six-year tenure as principal of Wheeler Elementary School. Under an Obama administration funding formula, Ms. Irvine has to lose her job if her school district is going to receive stimulus dollars. Continue Reading...

Find Your Library Between Starbucks and J. Crew
posted by: Steph | July 20, 2010, 09:04 am   

Some libraries across the nation are making changes that make a big difference, reports Bookmarks, a branch of the Dallas public library, is reintroducing the community to the public library in a unique setting–in an upscale Dallas shopping mall. Continue Reading...

Studies Confirm Three Common Sense Assumptions About Students
posted by: Steph | July 14, 2010, 11:39 am   

Studies released recently have confirmed three basic facts about students that millions of common sense parents and teachers already knew: Continue Reading...

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