Monthly Archives: January 2019

RT @etr_in: “Assessments were to grade

RT @etr_in: “Assessments were to grade and categorize learners. Today, assessments make a shift towards achieving understanding.”
#21stedchat #education #assessment #edadmin #teachers

RT @CALSASI2019: Share your stories and

RT @CALSASI2019: Share your stories and the work you are doing in your organizations at this year’s @CALSAfamilia Summer Institute 2019. Session proposals are still being accepted! #CAsupts Click



Los Angeles County Office of Education s

Los Angeles County Office of Education superintendent Debra Duardo recently told the education group Speak Up, “it’s gotten to the point where [the district] can’t show us that they can maintain a 1 percent reserve in their third year out.”

MT @DrLynneKenney: Higher order self-reg

MT @DrLynneKenney: Higher order self-regulatory abilities, particularly executive functions, have consistently been shown to be an important indicator of school readiness (Blair & Raver, 2015), Oberer et al. 2018. Read the research here #SEL

RT @educationweek: What educators really

RT @educationweek: What educators really think about innovation: #K12BigIdeas

RT @educationweek: Wash. Gov. Jay Inslee

RT @educationweek: Wash. Gov. Jay Inslee is running for president. Where does he stand on education?

RT @EdWeekTeacher: Test-based retention

RT @EdWeekTeacher: Test-based retention in 8th grade increases the likelihood of criminal conviction by age 25, according to a new study.