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Old books imitate art?

Topic: Books With the invention of the e-reader and digital downloads of books, you might not be buying as many books as you used to. But what if you have dozens of vintage books from over the years? Book readers, you can turn your books...Show More Summary

Morning Video: Where Trump & Clinton Stand On Education

In this segment, the PBS NewsHour tries to get at the candidates' differences on education. Or read about a disturbing video of kids chanting a racially offensive phrase on a Maryland school bus, via Washington Post.

Feds Sue: Georgia’s Segregated Schools for Kids with Disabilities Are Illegal

On August 23, 2016, the United States Department of Justice filed suit against the State of Georgia for discriminating against thousands of public school students with behavior and emotional disabilities Continue Reading ?

Clown panic spreads to Kentucky

The Great Clown Panic of '16 has reached another state. Police in one Kentucky town have issued a statement, on Facebook, appropriately: Ladies and gentlemen please take note of the following as we have had several "clown complaints." With the...

AM News: Weingarten, CA Foster Care Scores, CT Court Appeal

Randi Weingarten on Clinton, Trump, and Winning Over 'Skeptical' Teachers blogs.edweek.org/edweek/campaig… For the first time, California releases test scores for foster youth - and they're not good latimes.com/local/educatio… A City...Show More Summary

Big data infographic

Here is a big data infographic I produced in 2014.

New rankings: Oxford takes a turn as ‘top’ global university

Caltech and Oxford, last year’s No. 1 and 2, have switched places in the Times Higher Education rankings.

Andrew Cuomo's Education Philosophy

Governor Cuomo visited Queens, gave a teacher an award, and made an announcement. Here it is, word for word:“Education always comes down to one factor and that one factor is the teacher,” Cuomo said. “And that’s what makes education work or not work.”This is very convenient for our esteemed governor. Show More Summary

Projecting Savings and Social Responsibility in the Classrooms

Today, educators are confronted with many obstacles, including budget cuts, limited resources, green initiatives, and the elimination of educational programs. While everyone understands the importanc..

Five-Star Platform for Differentiating Learning Goals

The extensive database of specific learning goals (and well-explained interventions) will wow any teacher hoping to differentiate.

Placement: IS A NEW ASSESSMENT NECESSARY FOR CHANGE OF PLACEMENT?

Silvia:  When considering a change of placement for a student already in special education, are new assessments required?

Parental Involvement: ARE PARENTS INVOLVED IN CHOICE OF CASE MANAGER, TEACHER, RELATED SERVICE PROVIDERS?

Elizabeth: Is it true that parental involvement, however, does not extend to the choice of case manager, the choice of teacher, or the choice of related services providers? And the Continue Reading ?

Occupational Therapy (OT): CAN PARAPROFESSIONAL HELP ON PROJECTS COUNT AS OT?

Mary:  My daughter is in preschool and did a self-portrait project at school. On her daily sheet home, they wrote down that she did it with the para. On the Continue Reading ?

Big clown fear on campus

The Great 2016 Clown Panic continues, with a report of one Alabama university now about to fall under a floppy shoe. From a mass email to Auburn's community, reported by Jesse Walker: On Monday evening the university and Auburn Police...

Suspensions: CAN’T RETURN TO SCHOOL, GETS 1 1/2 HR HELP AT LIBRARY

Melissa:  My son is 14 yrs old and got suspended from school two weeks ago for something that was “hear say”. Another student told a girl something that my son Continue Reading ?

Behavior: OUTSIDE BEHAVIOR AGENCY TO PUBLIC SCHOOL

Marie:  I know that when a child has an IEP, there is also a team formed specifically for that child. I am wondering when the child’s teacher is not trained Continue Reading ?

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