Secret Teacher: I want to be like Yoda, but I feel more like a stormtrooper

There is a sequence in the 1977 movie Star Wars that has been on my mind. It’s the bit just prior to the planet Alderaan gets blown up and Princess … Continue Reading →


Telemundo Partners with NBC, Excelencia in Ed, eMerge

American Spanish language broadcast tv network Telemundo has teamed up with Excelencia in Schooling, network channel Comcast NBCUniversal and the Smithsonian Latino Center in an effort to launch a yearlong campaign … Continue Reading →


Oregon Struggles With On-Time Substantial School Graduation

Oregon is in the unenviable position of getting the lowest state in the nation in percentage of on-time substantial school graduates. In 2013, Oregon’s on-time graduation charge was 69%, according to the … Continue Reading →


Hack Reactor Acquires MakerSquare as ‘Boot Camps’ Flourish

MakerSquare, a two-yr-outdated coding school with campuses in San Francisco, and Austin, Texas, has announced that they have merged with Hack Reactor, the Harvard of pc programming boot camps. Hack Reactor will … Continue Reading →


Anti-SBAC bill surfaces

Freshman Rep. Ron Nate is pushing a bill designed to remove Idaho from the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium. Rep. Ron Nate, R-Rexburg Nate, a Rexburg Republican, introduced the legislation as … Continue Reading →


Anti-SBAC bill surfaces

Freshman Rep. Ron Nate is pushing a bill made to remove Idaho from the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium. Rep. Ron Nate, R-Rexburg Nate, a Rexburg Republican, introduced the legislation as … Continue Reading →


Huntsville Colleges, Dept of Justice Attain Agreement on Desegregation

Huntsville City Schools in Alabama and the U.S Department of Justice have reached a tentative agreement to possibly finish a lengthy working bitter legal dispute on the desegregation of the … Continue Reading →


Study: Charter College Supporters Have Far better Arguments

A new report released from researchers at Michigan State University has discovered that arguments presented by charter college supporters to be much more powerful than people made by opponents. The … Continue Reading →


I-DEA models digital studying strategies

There is anything you discover when you stage within GEM Prep classrooms: Even though they’re full of tiny kindergartners and 1st graders, the rooms are largely quiet. Seem closely and … Continue Reading →


China says no room for ‘western values’ in university schooling

China’s schooling minister has vowed to ban university textbooks which encourage “western values”, state media said, in the most recent sign of ideological tightening below President Xi Jinping. “Never allow … Continue Reading →


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