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THE COURT OF PUBLIC OPINION CAUSES MORE INJUSTICE « Teachers Fight Back

THE COURT OF PUBLIC OPINION CAUSES MORE INJUSTICE « Teachers Fight Back:


THE COURT OF PUBLIC OPINION CAUSES MORE INJUSTICE

Four New York seventh-graders whose bullying of a bus monitor grandmother went viral on You Tube have been suspended for a year, a school district official said Friday.
They must complete 50 hours of community service with senior citizens and will receive behavioral training, according to the Greece Central School District in upstate New York.
The You Tube video showed four teens bringing Karen Klein, 68, to tears.
Here we go again. Because a school district was embarrassed and people were outraged by a viral video, the district over reacted when it came to a punishment. Suspended for a year ? You can’t be serious. What those students did was outrageous, but not that unusual. Any junior high teacher can tell you the cruel behaviors that many students are capable of. If every student who bullied a bus monitor or a substitute teacher were suspended 

Teachers Don't Suck !: Believe It or Not - Practice Makes Perfect

Teachers Don't Suck !: Believe It or Not - Practice Makes Perfect:


Believe It or Not - Practice Makes Perfect



This letter brings to mind a story told to me by a colleague who was teaching physics in a neighboring community.
After a classroom observation the 

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James Baldwin said it best: 

"For these are all our children, and we will profit by or pay for whatever they become."

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My teacher voice: You keep your word. « Fred Klonsky

coopmike48 at Big Education Ape - 4 minutes ago
My teacher voice: You keep your word. « Fred Klonsky: My teacher voice: You keep your word. by Fred Klonsky Chicago teacher Adam Heenan has been asking teachers to use their teacher voice. Adam found me at the NEA RA in Washington D.C. For almost thirty years I used my teacher voice with kids, but I didn’t have to teach kids that breaking a promise is wrong. They knew something our legislators don’t: You keep your word. Here’s mine:

4LAKids - some of the news that doesn't fit: A DRAFT RESOLUTION REQUESTING A COST ANALYSIS OF TESTING AND TEST PREP

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4LAKids - some of the news that doesn't fit: A DRAFT RESOLUTION REQUESTING A COST ANALYSIS OF TESTING AND TEST PREP: A DRAFT RESOLUTION REQUESTING A COST ANALYSIS OF TESTING AND TEST PREP [image: Convention] *FORWARDED IN AN EMAIL DIRECTED TO THE AMERICAN FEDERATION OF TEACHERS CONVENTION 2012 (7/27) - THANK YOU MELODY**Inspired by New Mexico State Audit of Testing**WHEREAS*, the federal No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 increased accountability requirements necessitating an increase in assessments and requirements for disaggregated data; and *WHEREAS*, for nearly a decade, imple... more »

Missouri Education Watchdog: Educational Reform is Slavery and The Sunday Education Weekly Reader 07.01.12

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Missouri Education Watchdog: Educational Reform is Slavery and The Sunday Education Weekly Reader 07.01.12: Educational Reform is Slavery and The Sunday Education Weekly Reader 07.01.12 by stlgretchen What does increased taxation mean for education "reform"? The Sunday Education Weekly Reader is reposting two blogs (rather than tweets this week) with serious questions about increased taxation and the results of this governmental power. Ponder these questions when thinking about the educational reforms and the increasing centralization of

DIARY OF A PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHER!: JUNE POSTS that POPPED!

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DIARY OF A PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHER!: JUNE POSTS that POPPED!: *Here are the top 5 "posts that popped" in June 2012!* I Have to Stop Reading Diane Ravitch's Blog! Why Can't We Hold Parents Accountable Anymore? Write On: Why I Love Kidblog! They Did Not Choose Their Parents! Digital Educators Needed for 21st Century Learners!

Controlling the Pace of Your Own Education | Lefty Parent

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Controlling the Pace of Your Own Education | Lefty Parent: Controlling the Pace of Your Own Education by Cooper Zale We need to rethink the conventional wisdom in our society that after age four, kids need to be in school, continuously (except for perhaps summertime) from kindergarten for at least seventeen years until they graduate from college. I think it is leaving too many of our young adults dazed and confused coming out the other end rather than feeling prepared and inspired to join the greater adult community. They’ve spent too much time endlessly preparing and practicing to... more »

I’m starting a new union. Send me your dues. « Fred Klonsky

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I’m starting a new union. Send me your dues. « Fred Klonsky: I’m starting a new union. Send me your dues. by Fred Klonsky *John L. Lewis, leader of the mine workers union.* Maybe it’s the summer heat. Recently a small group of standardized test critics (which I am, by the way) have declared war on the National Education Association. Not just a war on the leadership, mind you. But on all 3 million members, minus themselves (or at least those that actually are members of the NEA or the AFT). Even though the national meeting of the NEA RA will produce a basketful of resolutions condemn... more »

According to NCLB half of Guilford County charters are not meeting AYP - Greensboro Charter Schools | Examiner.com

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According to NCLB half of Guilford County charters are not meeting AYP - Greensboro Charter Schools | Examiner.com: According to NCLB half of Guilford County charters are not meeting AYP 1Email [image: Khem Irby's photo] Khem Irby Greensboro Charter Schools Examiner + Subscribe All charter schools and public schools in North Carolina must meet their Adequately Yearly Progress or AYP. According to No Child Left Behind (“NCLB”) students in grades 3-8 must not only pass their required state reading and math exams but each year they must make progress on these exams. If a school does no... more »

Bush-Scott “Choice” Rhetoric and Arguments For Status-Quo Testing Are Failing Apart | Scathing Purple Musings

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Bush-Scott “Choice” Rhetoric and Arguments For Status-Quo Testing Are Failing Apart | Scathing Purple Musings: Bush-Scott “Choice” Rhetoric and Arguments For Status-Quo Testing Are Failing Apart by Bob Sikes The *Tampa Bay Times *Jeff Solochek reports on Rick Scott’s speech to Pasco County republicans. Knowing he was in the room with like-minded supporters, Scott let loose with predictable drivel on education: Scott opened his remarks by praising Pasco Republicans for helping to elect conservatives like Will Weatherford, the incoming speaker of the Florida House. He urged them to... more »

Does Experience Matter? « Diane Ravitch's blog

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Does Experience Matter? « Diane Ravitch's blog: Does Experience Matter? by dianerav One of the axioms of corporate reform in education is that experience doesn’t matter. Also, they say, degrees don’t matter. Certification doesn’t matter. Nothing matters except “performance” or “results,” and these are defined as the “measurables,” the test scores. If a teacher can get students to produce higher test scores, he or she is a good teacher. If they can do it year after year, they are “great” teachers. Reformers say that you can’t know in advance who the great teachers are. You have to... more »

4LAKids - some of the news that doesn't fit: Prop 39 Co-Locations: STATEMENT FROM SUPERINTENDENT DEASY & THE BOARD OF ED RE: CALIFORNIA CHARTER SCHOOL ASSOCIATION V. LAUSD + Court order

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4LAKids - some of the news that doesn't fit: Prop 39 Co-Locations: STATEMENT FROM SUPERINTENDENT DEASY & THE BOARD OF ED RE: CALIFORNIA CHARTER SCHOOL ASSOCIATION V. LAUSD + Court order: Prop 39 Co-Locations: STATEMENT FROM SUPERINTENDENT DEASY & THE BOARD OF ED RE: CALIFORNIA CHARTER SCHOOL ASSOCIATION V. LAUSD + Court order [image: Charter Schools - Dividing Communities since 1991] *LAUSD NEWS STATEMENT* ** *For Immediate Release* June 28, 2012 Contact: Tom Waldman 11/12-239 *STATEMENT FROM LAUSD SUPERINTENDENT JOHN D... more »

A teacher’s perfect moment in the classroom (involving John Milton and John Mayer) - The Answer Sheet - The Washington Post

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A teacher’s perfect moment in the classroom (involving John Milton and John Mayer) - The Answer Sheet - The Washington Post: A teacher’s perfect moment in the classroom (involving John Milton and John Mayer) By Valerie Strauss This *was written by Michele Kerr, a second-career teacher with a master’s in education from Stanford University, with credentials in math, history, and English. She will start her fourth year of teaching in the fall. This appeared on Larry Cuban’s blog, School Reform and Classroom Practice.* By Michele Kerr My best moment as a teacher — so far — came right a... more »

There's No Such Thing as a Super Teacher - Education - GOOD

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There's No Such Thing as a Super Teacher - Education - GOOD: There's No Such Thing as a Super Teacher by Liz Dwyer After 10 years in the classroom—teaching everything from elementary school to adult education classes—Roxanna Elden has seen it all. Now working as a writing teacher at Hialeah High School in Miami, Elden, who is the author of *See Me After Class: Advice for Teachers By Teachers* a humorous survival book for new teachers, is on a mission to bust the super teacher myth for good. In the TED-style talk above, Elden told attendees at the recent Education Writers Associati... more »

As private school vouchers expand in New Orleans, eyes turn toward state for accountability plan | NOLA.com

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As private school vouchers expand in New Orleans, eyes turn toward state for accountability plan | NOLA.com: As private school vouchers expand in New Orleans, eyes turn toward state for accountability plan Since the flooding that followed Hurricane Katrina, two public school systems have grown side by side out of the wreckage in New Orleans, one operated by the state, another by the local school board. Now, a third school system of sorts, still comparatively small but growing, is elbowing its way into the mix, not entirely public but subsidized by millions of taxpayer dollars. Th... more »

Jersey Jazzman: Teacher Evaluations: A Race To Nowhere

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Jersey Jazzman: Teacher Evaluations: A Race To Nowhere: Teacher Evaluations: A Race To Nowhere by Duke New York is rushing to change teacher evaluation, even if they're not ready for it: An important deadline in the state’s ongoing teacher evaluation process occurs Sunday, but most schools will be missing it. July 1 was set as the day for schools around the state to submit plans for their new teacher evaluations to the State Education Department. The evaluations are required in order to qualify for federal grant money that New York State won under the Race to the Top program. ... more »

Daily Kos: Being the person your dog thinks you are

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Daily Kos: Being the person your dog thinks you are: Being the person your dog thinks you are by rss@dailykos.com (teacherken) [image: Be The Person Your Dog Thinks You Are] or since it has been years since we last had a canine, that your cats think you are. Let me explain why this thought occurred. My power has now been out for 37 hours. Latest word is we are not likely to get it back before tomorrow. So I have left Arlington for Capitol Hill, for a Starbucks with A/C and lots of outlets. As I do various things online I have been people watching, something I love to do. I have ... more »

Forget It « Diane Ravitch's blog

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Forget It « Diane Ravitch's blog: [image: Click on picture to Listen to Diane Ravitch] Forget It by dianerav Just a couple of days ago, I said I wouldn’t blog on weekends. Yet, here I am, reading the news, reading my emails, and having a reaction to everything I read and impelled to share. It’s a Sunday. I just posted a blog. I violated the rule I just announced. Oh, well, they used to say that a woman reserves the right to change her mind. I have changed my mind about NCLB, testing, accountability, choice, competition, now I’m blogging on a Sunday. I’ll try to stick to my book, bu... more »

School Tech Connect: My Report From China

coopmike48 at Big Education Ape - 10 hours ago
School Tech Connect: My Report From China: My Report From China This is pretty interesting. Affluent people around the globe choose to opt-out of a test-driven culture. The difference in China appears to be that all the test pressure is on the kids and families because colleges look only at the one test score. Here in the states, all of the pressure is on the teachers because federal policies view test scores as a blame mechanism. The kids here will be accepted at colleges no matter what--certainly not "the best" colleges, but we have a lot of colleges here, and those colleges w... more »

The Education Report: New data on Oakland's dropout rates - Inside Bay Area

coopmike48 at Big Education Ape - 11 hours ago
The Education Report: New data on Oakland's dropout rates - Inside Bay Area: The Education Report: New data on Oakland's dropout rates By Katy Murphy kmurphy@bayareanewsgroup.com Posted: 07/01/2012 12:00:00 AM PDT This is a sampling of The Education Report, Katy Murphy's Oakland schools blog. Read more atIBAbuzz.com/education. Follow her at Twitter.com/katymurphy. June 27: The four-year graduation rate in the Oakland Unified School District rose about four points in the latest estimate released today by the California Department of Education. About 59 percent of students who sta... more »

Are the new national academic standards rotten to the (Common) Core? | Get Schooled

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Are the new national academic standards rotten to the (Common) Core? | Get Schooled: Are the new national academic standards rotten to the (Common) Core? by Maureen Downey [image: apple (Medium)] Here is another compelling and passionate piece from*Pelham City, Ga., school chief Jim Arnold*. (You can search the blog for other Arnold essays.) Arnold takes on the new Common Core Standards, in which former Georgia Gov. Sonny Perdue played a pivotal leadership role through the National Governor’s Association. By Jim Arnold I must state from the outset that I am innately suspicious of th... more »

Education - U.S. Congress - OpenCongress

coopmike48 at Big Education Ape - 11 hours ago
Education - U.S. Congress - OpenCongress: Bill Introduced: H.R.5996 Mental Health First Aid Higher Education Act of 2012 To authorize the Secretary of Health and Human Services, acting through the Administrator of the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, in coordination with the Secretary of Education, to carry out a 5-year demonstration program to fund mental health first aid training programs at 10 institutions of higher education to improve student mental health. Bill Introduced: S.3325 Mental Health First Aid Higher Education Act of 2012 A bill to authoriz... more »

New Orleans Teachers Get Justice, but Schools Still Under Attack | MyFDL

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New Orleans Teachers Get Justice, but Schools Still Under Attack | MyFDL: New Orleans Teachers Get Justice, but Schools Still Under Attack by Michelle Chen (photo: Rain Rannu / flickr) After Hurricane Katrina washed over New Orleans, many survivors had virtually nothing left to lose. But the city’s teachers were then hit by the storm’s ripple effect: the loss of thousands of jobs in the tattered school system. Recently, a civil district court ruled that the state had effectively robbed thousands of school employees of funds that were supposed to help tide them over as the city recov... more »

All Education Matters: Student Loan Rate Bill Passes In The House: Rates Remain The Same

coopmike48 at Big Education Ape - 11 hours ago
All Education Matters: Student Loan Rate Bill Passes In The House: Rates Remain The Same: Student Loan Rate Bill Passes In The House: Rates Remain The Same by Cryn Johannsen This is big news - so glad that they passed this bill last week. I want to thank all the activists and politicians who have worked tirelessly on this battle. It is one that we've won TOGETHER. Special thanks to Senators Begich, Reed, Brown, and Harkin - we need more people on the Hill like you. This is only the beginning of more triumphs for students and student loan debtors. Here's a link to the AP piece ab... more »

When Education Reform Gets Personal:Confessions of a Policy-wonk Father (Scott Joftus) | Larry Cuban on School Reform and Classroom Practice

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When Education Reform Gets Personal:Confessions of a Policy-wonk Father (Scott Joftus) | Larry Cuban on School Reform and Classroom Practice: When Education Reform Gets Personal:Confessions of a Policy-wonk Father (Scott Joftus) by larrycuban *Scott Joftus is the president of the education-consulting firm Cross & Joftus. This article appeared inEducation Next, Summer 2012, Vol. 12(3).* Over more than 20 years in the field of education—including two with Teach For America—I have helped promote state standards, the Common Core, the hiring of teachers with strong content knowledge, lo... more »

A Few Good Male Role Models Are Needed.southbronxschool.com

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http://www.southbronxschool.com: A Few Good Male Role Models Are Needed by noreply@blogger.com (Bronx Teacher) I never have believed that there is a crisis in education. I mean, a crisis has been created, but that doesn't count. But this created crisis has kept us from discussing and solving the real crisis that is happening right under our noses. The crisis of the family unit, and in particular (nothing against women) the dearth of male role models in the inner cities in our students lives. Having that dad at home, or even just full time in a child's life, particularly a boys lif... more »

At the NEA RA. Getting started. Update. « Fred Klonsky

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At the NEA RA. Getting started. Update. « Fred Klonsky: At the NEA RA. Getting started. Update. by Fred Klonsky A summer storm rolled through DC Thursday night. It knocked out power in scattered areas. Maybe that’s why there were no copies of *RA Today* when I arrived at the Illinois Caucus meeting after flying here yesterday afternoon. As a result, I haven’t seen any of the resolutions or New Business Items that will be debated and voted on this week. Maybe this morning. There’s a two hour Caucus meeting at 7AM. DC is hot. Record-setting hot. Senf and I skipped the Illinois Night la... more »

msnbc video: WI voters have a chance to fight back in the war on public education

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msnbc video: WI voters have a chance to fight back in the war on public education: The Ed Show | *Aired on June 02, 2012* WI voters have a chance to fight back in the war on public educationGeorge H.W. Bush's assistant secretary of education was a supporter of "no child left behind", charter schools and merit pay. But today, Diane Ravitch spoke out against Governor Scott Walker in the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel. She joins Ed Schultz to discuss the GOP’s war on education.

Robert Reich (Mitt Romney and the New Gilded Age)

coopmike48 at Big Education Ape - 1 day ago
Robert Reich (Mitt Romney and the New Gilded Age): Mitt Romney and the New Gilded Age SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 2012 The election of 2012 raises two perplexing questions. The first is how the GOP could put up someone for president who so brazenly epitomizes the excesses of casino capitalism that have nearly destroyed the economy and overwhelmed our democracy. The second is why the Democrats have failed to point this out. The White House has criticized Mitt Romney for his years at the helm of Bain Capital, pointing to a deal that led to the bankruptcy of GS Technologies, a Bain investment... more »

PA Charter Schools: $4 Billion Taxpayer Dollars With No Real Oversight

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Keystone State Education Coalition: *Keystone State Education Coalition* PA Charter Schools: $4 Billion Taxpayer Dollars With No Real Oversight *About the Keystone State Education Coalition:* Established in 2006, the Keystone State Education Coalition is a growing grass roots, non-partisan public education advocacy group of several hundred locally elected, volunteer school board members and administrators from school districts throughout Pennsylvania. Our mission is to evaluate, discuss and inform our boards, district constituents and legislators on legislative issues of common... more »

Privatizing Public Education, Higher Ed Policy, and Teachers - Alec Exposed

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Privatizing Public Education, Higher Ed Policy, and Teachers - Alec Exposed: Privatizing Public Education, Higher Ed Policy, and Teachers Increasing Profits for School Companies, Undermining Teachers, and Promoting "Conservatives" on Campus [image: Privatizing Public Education, Higher Ed Policy, and Teachers] *This page reveals how ALEC bills would privatize public education, crush teacher's unions, and push American universities to the right.* Among other things, these bills make education a private commodity rather than a public good, and reverse America’s modern innovation of p... more »

Seattle Schools Community Forum: Blog Business

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Seattle Schools Community Forum: Blog Business: Blog Business by Melissa Westbrook We had a comment from a reader who had several complaints about the blog, largely around creation of threads and the belief we don't cover enough individual school items/topics. Our reader acknowledges that we create threads based on demand but apparently that isn't enough (even though readers then take control of the thread and the direction of the discussion). We also have Open Threads twice a week but that isn't enough either. Charlie and I regularly get guest posts sent to us and about 90% ... more »

Pew Hispanic Center: The 10 Largest Hispanic Origin Groups - Hispanically Speaking News

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Pew Hispanic Center: The 10 Largest Hispanic Origin Groups - Hispanically Speaking News: Pew Hispanic Center: The 10 Largest Hispanic Origin Groups: Characteristics, Rankings, Top Counties [image: Pew Hispanic Center: The 10 Largest Hispanic Origin Groups: Characteristics, Rankings, Top Counties]Among the 50.7 million Hispanics in the United States, nearly two-thirds (65%), or 33 million, self-identify as being of Mexican origin, according to tabulations of the 2010 American Community Survey (ACS) by the Pew Hispanic Center, a project of the Pew Research Center. No other Hispanic ... more »

Teachers Don't Suck !: And The Beat Goes On!

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Teachers Don't Suck !: And The Beat Goes On!: And The Beat Goes On! by Walt S. *This letter was sent to me by one of our readers.* *I think it pertains not only to Social Security but also to the New Jersey State Pension Fund. * *Essentially, all governors and their cohorts in the Assembly and Senate from Whittman on, have raided the Fund so as to give the illusion of lower taxes and thereby effectively bought votes with our money.* *Like it or not, your money was inessence contributed to the political campaigns of all these politicians so as to help ensure their reelection.* *And t... more »

Jersey Jazzman: Getting Teacher Evaluation Basics Right - Or Not

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Jersey Jazzman: Getting Teacher Evaluation Basics Right - Or Not: Getting Teacher Evaluation Basics Right - Or Not by Duke Oh, Laura... Here's four challenges that face New Jersey's public school system as it implements new procedures under a harsh spotlight. None of these challenges are insurmountable, but all will require careful oversight and strong leadership. [...] *Refine Teacher Evaluation Rubric:* Last year, *the DOE rolled out a pilot program of value-added teacher evaluations* under the heading of Excellent Educators for New Jersey. Participation was limited to 11 distr... more »

THE MINDFUL SCHOOL LEADER « Cooperative Catalyst

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THE MINDFUL SCHOOL LEADER « Cooperative Catalyst: THE MINDFUL SCHOOL LEADER by Kirsten Olson ssoosay’s Simple iphone Lock Screen Mindfulness Reminder *(Hey Folks, A version of this post is currently running at Education Week, and is written by Kirsten Olson andValerie Brown.)* * * The work of skillful, mindful leadership in education has never been more challenging. Recently a visionary, Twitter-connected and forward-thinking superintendent wrote to one of us describing her sense that the pockets of innovation and exemplary teaching in her district, “aren’t even scalable to our ... more »

Jack Hassard: The National Science Teachers Association Takes on the NextGen Science Standards - Living in Dialogue - Education Week Teacher

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Jack Hassard: The National Science Teachers Association Takes on the NextGen Science Standards - Living in Dialogue - Education Week Teacher: [image: Living in Dialogue] Anthony Cody Anthony Cody spent 24 years working in Oakland schools, 18 of them as a science teacher at a high needs middle school. He is National Board certified, and now leads workshops with teachers focused on Project Based Learning. With education at a crossroads, he invites you to join him in a dialogue on education reform and teaching for change and deep learning. For additional information on Cody's work, vi... more »
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