Monthly Archives: May 2017

Students face high rates of exposure to

Students face high rates of exposure to trauma, but school discipline policies have rarely account for that. http://ow.ly/NEPJ30caHch

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Mississippi is supportive of NBC and off

Mississippi is supportive of NBC and offers 10,000 to teach in high-need areas along with their other incentives http://ow.ly/6Pl830c5jux

Legislation protecting all students from

Legislation protecting all students from discrimination in any publicly-funded school. http://ow.ly/xBAT30c5jgq

“We are not at a point where we can com

“We are not at a point where we can communicate any change in direction” on education. http://ow.ly/YNgX30c5jQp

MT @PoliticsK12: @BetsyDeVosED pitches a

MT @PoliticsK12: @BetsyDeVosED pitches a tax-credit program tonight, it has 2 paths forward. https://t.co/nJGYOUY9sA https://t.co/CXV5ccSzVC

RT @usedgov: The anniversary of #BrownvB

RT @usedgov: The anniversary of #BrownvBoard, where #SCOTUS made clear that “separate but equal” is unconstitutional https://t.co/tB0pwBHhrs

Do you have a Growth or Fixed Mindset? A

Do you have a Growth or Fixed Mindset? Are you born with intelligence or is it something you can gain? http://ow.ly/2J6C30bOpSy

Data privacy vs using data to inform dec

Data privacy vs using data to inform decisions. Can we have both? http://ow.ly/kvRl30bOpAe

RT @PoliticsK12: Career and Technical Ed

RT @PoliticsK12: Career and Technical Education Overhaul Bill Approved by House Ed. Committee https://t.co/swoMQLM8Us #edpolitics

Edu is part of the US success story. One

Edu is part of the US success story. One day k-14 will be as routine as k-12. History may judge us harshly for not having done it sooner.