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Welcome to the New AAE Website
posted by: Colin | February 01, 2010, 10:52 am   

If this is your first visit to, be sure to bookmark us now (or press ctrl+D).

The new AAE website includes some useful and fun new features, as well as all of the great material you are used to finding on the old AAE website.

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EIA: NEA losing members
posted by: Colin | January 26, 2010, 01:22 pm   

According to the Education Intelligence Agency, the National Education Association has lost nearly 37,000 members from the previous year's total, the first time in 27 years that the nation's largest teachers union has experienced a net loss. EIA elaborates that only 15,000 of the lost members were "active certified" members.

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Any Wall an Interactive Whiteboard with New Projector
posted by: Colin | January 18, 2010, 11:25 am   

Epson and Boxlight are set to premiere an interactive whiteboard projector that does nor require a screen, reports, an education technology website. The Epson BrightLink 450Wi and the Boxlight ProjectoWrite2/W can project onto a smooth wall or standard (non-electronic) whiteboard, and with the use of an infrared pen, a teacher or student can manipulate and modify the projection. Also, because the projectors are "ultra-short throw" say goodbye to shadows. Continue Reading...

EIA Report: NEA Spends $26M on Advocacy Groups
posted by: Colin | January 15, 2010, 11:52 am   

The Education Intelligence Agency, a popular education research blog run by Mike Antonucci, has analyzed the NEA's 2008-09 financial disclosure report and discovered that the largest teachers union in the country has given over $26 million of teacher dues, some collected by force, to advocacy groups. Continue Reading...

Education Statistic Makes Bad News
posted by: Colin | January 11, 2010, 04:44 pm   

Newsweek and Washington Post contributing editor Robert Samuelson's latest opinion piece notes the good and bad news from the 2010 Statistical Abstract of the United States. Listed among the bad news he culls from the expansive report, Samuelson notes, "Since 1970, the student-teacher ratio in schools has declined dramatically, from 22-1 to 15-1 in 2007, with little effect on test results." Another interesting statistic revealed in the report: "Almost one-quarter of elementary and high school students are immigrants or have immigrant parents." Continue Reading...

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