Wednesday, January 20, 2021

Excel for Educators

The use of data to transform teaching and learning is one of the most frequently cited technological advances expected to transform education and increase...

Great Britain: School Gate

Part of the Times Online, a London newspaper, the School Gate blog grapples with issues facing educators the world over, from single-sex schools to...

EdBlog Watch: Tween Insights

Engaging, tech-savvy, and relatable, Heather Wolpert-Gawron's blog, Tween Teacher, quickly earned a spot on my RSS reader after I discovered it. A middle school...

EdBlog Watch: Dangerously Irrelevant

Are today's schools becoming Dangerously Irrelevant? It's this tongue-in-cheek question that school technology guru Scott McLeod implies in the title of his blog, acknowledging...

EdBlog Watch: Public School Insights

Public School Insights is a blog written by the Learning First Alliance (LFA). LFA, a partnership of prominent education associations, including ASCD, is dedicated...

Fed Up with Lunch: The School Lunch Project

"It's very challenging to teach students when they are eating school lunches that don't give them the nutrition they need and deserve"—so begins the...

EdBlog Watch: NCLBlog

Looking to keep up with NCLB? Everyone's got an opinion on the controversial legislation, but the American Federation of Teachers (AFT) has created a...

Carrie Brownstein Cues the Graduation Music

Yesterday, Sleater-Kinney's Carrie Brownstein waxed philosophical about why you might better remember lyrics from your childhood. From "Committed to Memory": I suppose the fact that...

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From our friends at the Education Writers Association comes, an interactive site that lets you track spending on K–12 education from the federal...

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