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1. Reform Matters: November 4, 2014
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...  this money is going to staff overhead and partisan politics," AAE's Alix Freeze told Watchdog. Click here to read the full article.  Education Technology & Blended Learning  ...
2. Reform Matters: May 1, 2014
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...  Improving Teacher Quality Through Licensing, Chalkbeat, 4/22/14 Don't miss AAE's Alix Freeze discussing the National Membership Survey, and other educational issues of the day, on Choice Media's ...
... isn't enough we can say about this fabulous tool! InstaGrok – We liked this online platform so much, that Alix wrote a blog entry about it a few weeks ago. You get basic features for free, and premium ...
4. Talk to Teachers Using #edchat
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Last week I posted about my week at ISTE, a fabulous education technology conference, and my fabulous colleague, Alix, posted about Twitter for Teachers. I was elated that she wrote such a timely article ...
Last year, President Obama and his administration set a goal for Congress to overhaul the long-debated No Child Left Behind law by this summer. The 9-year-old law has seen its share of debate since the ...
StudentsFirst, the new national organization behind education reform efforts across the country, announced this week that they are expanding to include fellowships for teachers. The Michelle Rhee fronted ...
The union watchdog group Education Intelligence Agency released an analysis of the National Education Association’s most recent IRS documents this week, shedding light on the astronomical amount the NEA ...
Slashed budgets and threats of teacher lay-offs have been dominating headlines in most states. The economic climate and labor battles have had an obvious effect on teachers across the country; however, ...
9. The Great Cursive Debate
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Most adults today remember countless hours spent practicing their cursive in elementary school. These days it's hard to remember when we last used the skill, unless maybe to sign a check. According to ...
The Knowledge is Power Program, or KIPP, has been celebrated as one of the most ground breaking networks of charter schools in the country. KIPP's success in significantly narrowing race and income based ...
... sky...imagine if you have a telescope with you when you use it..." Alix's post yesterday about technology in the classroom confirmed that student engagement rises when technology is used effectively and ...
While everyone knows that technology has changed our world, policymakers and education experts are still debating the value of social media in a modern day classroom. In a technology driven world, opportunities ...
13. Union Battles in the States
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It has been a busy few months for AAE and our state affiliates. More than 12 states are in various stages of advancing laws that deal with curbing union power, advancing education reform, and ending forced ...
14. Performance Pay Developments
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Performance pay continues to be one of the most hot-button education reform policies being proposed by reformers and lawmakers across the country. Last week, Senate Bill 736 passed in Florida and it is ...
The fight in Wisconsin is far from over. Last week, Dane County Judge Maryann Sumi issued a temporary restraining order barring the new law until she can rule whether Republicans violated Wisconsin's ...
Since the labor battle broke in Wisconsin we have been hearing from teachers across the country in forced union states who take issue with paying forced dues.  Teachers who don’t see value in a one-size-fits-all ...
17. Wisconsin Passes Labor Bill
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After a month of union led protests, national media attention, walk-outs, and closed schools, Republicans in the Wisconsin state Senate and Assembly have finally approved Governor Scott Walker’s budget ...
The battle over state budgets and union power rages on as Wisconsin, Ohio, Tennessee, and Indiana lawmakers are in various stages of passing landmark legislation. Despite lingering protests, weeks of ...
19. News Out of Ohio and Wisconsin
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With labor protests continuing in state capitals in Wisconsin and Ohio, many are wondering how the situation will resolve itself with either passed legislation or concessions. Today the Republican-controlled ...
For the past two weeks, Wisconsin union leaders and members have gathered steadily in Madison in hopes of pressuring lawmakers to drop a bill that would end forced unionism and aims to close monumental ...
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