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October | November 2010



COVER STORY


THE ACTIVIST’S COOKBOOK

It’s time to cook up a little change in your statehouse and Congress. You’ve already got the ingredients — your know-how, your voice, and your passion for public education. Now let’s turn up the heat!

Five Reasons to Vote This November


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Responding to Ravitch; is experience undervalued?; and good teaching doesn’t require a smartboard.
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Move it, kids. NEA members are getting serious about their students’ health.
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Finland wasn’t always at the top in international student achievement competitions. The story of how they got there holds lessons for America.
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Our lack of quality schools for small children has big consequences.
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In a flood of lawsuits, students are challenging punishment for ridiculing teachers and principals in cyberspace.
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What’s the secret to getting parents to your parent-teacher conferences? Their kids, for one.
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Think you really know your principal? Take our quiz to learn more.
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Join hundreds of educators who have been flexing their funny bones and trying their hand at writing captions.
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Can you get your students to pass in silence? Should you try? Educators swap strategies and debate the merits.
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Beating the odds, ESPs and teachers in Alaska join forces for a better wage.
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Los Angeles is betting the answer is ‘Yes!’
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After Michigan support professionals are fired due to privatization, the state Association sues the school district while the ESP president runs for the school board. Both win.
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We’re missing out on opportunities for growing and learning.
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The award-winning actor, Morgan Freeman, lends his voice to disaster preparedness.
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How one New York teacher gets her kids moving in the right direction.
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In case you missed it...
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Time to act; for shame; now that's an apple; required reading; and made for walking.
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When Laura Wells and Michael Palermo sat down in a Washington, D.C. coffee shop a few years ago, they had a single shared passion: teaching.
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We have an opportunity—right now—to determine the course of public education in our country for the next generation.
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