RT @Schools1stCA: Our time is now! ✊🏾
@WeAreCTA, @OaklandEA, @UTLAnow have endorsed the @Schools1stCA 2020 ballot measure that will reform #Prop13 and bring in billions in revenue for CA schools. Let’s go win.
The NEA found that California spent $10,420 for each student last year, roughly $1,500 less than the national average. By comparison, New York, ranked second in the country in per-pupil spending, chipped in $23,265 per student in 2018. http://ow.ly/jqYq30o1ji7
California has some of the most pronounced shortages, the report found, with its ratios of students to health and mental health providers among the highest in the nation. http://ow.ly/ldlP30o1jd6
RT @PedroANoguera: An interesting critique of the way ‘growth mindset” is being used in some places. Encouraging student effort is not a substitute for good teaching: “Schools love the idea of a growth mindset, but does it work? – https://t.co/DOqZpB1mPP via @aeonmag
RT @relnw: What are the differences btwn transitional bilingual education and developmental bilingual education programs? This tool compares several #ELL program models to help you choose the right one for your students: https://t.co/J2Rbh13cmL
MT @NCTQ: A Fair Chance reveals low pass rates for teacher licensing exams. The pass rates are low, but institutions are not identifying gaps in knowledge before it’s too late for improvement. @nctqkate w/@EducationNext:https://t.co/b4ETw1tF6o #Diversity
RT @PoliticsK12: GOP Senators Unveil Plan to Bolster School Choice for Military Families https://t.co/l5pIdXwCvw
RT @noveliciouss: #Reading is that fruitful miracle of a communication in the midst of #solitude.
#writing #amwriting #books https://t.co/1AmFn12whP
RT @pdkintl: Segregation in schooling is still a 21st century problem. Join PDK International for a discussion on the complexities surrounding school integration on March 13 from 2-3 Eastern with @EddieArcia and @e_frankenberg. info https://t.co/81YdnmLHMR https://t.co/8s6p20kHsh