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Today's Teaching Force Is Larger, Less Experienced, More Diverse Than Ever - Teacher Beat - Education Week - January 01, 1970
A new study looks at how the teacher workforce has changed over the past 25 years and which kinds of teachers and schools have been affected.
Using Student Narratives to Build Community - Global Learning - Education Week - January 01, 1970
Asking students to investigate their own family immigration stories is one way to build community, both in the classroom and beyond.
Response: It's About 'Quality, not Quantity, of School Time' - Classroom Q&A With Larry Ferlazzo - Education Week Teacher - January 01, 1970
Elliot Y. Merenbloom, Barbara A. Kalina, Thomas R. Hoerr, Erik M. Francis, Andrew Miller, and Effuah Sam contribute their ideas on extending or not extending the school year/day.
How Not to Argue for School Choice - Rick Hess Straight Up - Education Week - January 01, 1970
Here are three pro-choice lines of argument I've heard a lot in 2017 and a couple of thoughts as to why passionate advocates might want to lean on some different talking points.
Study: Black Students More Likely to Graduate if They Have One Black Teacher - Teaching Now - Education Week Teacher - January 01, 1970
A Johns Hopkins University study found that if a low-income black student has just one black teacher in elementary school, that student's probability of dropping out is reduced by 29 percent.