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Learn Locally, Think Globally: How Students and Teachers Grow From Cultural Exchange - Education Week - January 01, 1970
Inspired by a Peruvian artist, Precious Crabtree and her students learned what it means to be global citizens. Students were inspired through art to celebrate differences and learn about other cultures.
BE PATIENT... WE ARE HIRING - Career Corner - Education Week - January 01, 1970
Don't stress! There a few things that most new teachers aren't aware of during the furious hiring season that district know all so well. The wheels on the bus go round and round but when it comes to the pace of hiring in K-12 education, is not so fast.
Response: Teaching Can Be Tough, But We're 'Lucky' - Classroom Q&A With Larry Ferlazzo - Education Week Teacher - January 01, 1970
Jen Schwanke, Amanda Koonlaba, Jennifer Orr, Allison Rodman, Patricia (Tish) Jennings, Bill Ivey and Peter P. Leibman contribute their thoughts on responding to tough teaching moments.
What Are States Doing About Charter Schools in Their ESSA Plans? - Charters & Choice - Education Week - January 01, 1970
Very few states so far have outlined specific plans for charter schools in the early submissions of ESSA plans to the U.S. Department of Education, according to a new Education Commission of the States report.
How a Teenager Won a School Board Election in His Texas Town - District Dossier - Education Week - January 01, 1970
No one know seems to know how rare it is for a teenager to win a school board election. A National School Boards Association survey found that less than one-half of one percent of school board members nationwide are younger than 30.