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March | April 2011



Education Reform


Just the facts, please!

Learn the truth about merit pay, charter schools and other favorites of the so-called education reformers. You might be surprised.


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Are We Smothering Kids In Kind Words?
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Despite hardship, teachers achieve excellent results at little-known U.S. schools in Cuba.
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Kids with Asperger Syndrome are hoping you’ll help them find a place in the classroom that fits just fine.
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Kathi Grace, an award-winning special educator in Vermont, has a few tips for her colleagues workiong with students with Asperger’s.
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It’s fundamentally wrong to end someone’s career based on a statistical model that’s incorrect one-quarter to one-third of the time.
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Ready Set, Play; The Roots Of Bullying; The “Bad Teacher” Canard; and Better Training For Special Ed Teachers.
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Try your hand at cartoon captioning.
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It’s pretty simple math: When the Bad Stuff vastly outweighs the benefits, teachers leave the profession.
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NCLB; independent panel formed; long work days; and poverty is a factor
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Can you help kids who refuse to help themselves?
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Why is my paraprofessional classroom work valued so low?
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How one North Carolina teacher go his at-risk boys singing a song of success.
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Inside the Diverse Classroom; Biodiesel For Buses; Sticks And Stones; The Florida Myth; The Envelope…
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Donna Swanson is determined to help kids eat healthier.
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Movies can make your class come alive.
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Philippe Cousteau takes the plunge into environmental service learning.
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What NEA affiliates are doing to protect memebers from violent and disruptive students.
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New NEA training stresses the power of house calls.

Extra Credit - Go Green to Save Green
If all new school construction and school renovations went green starting today, energy savings alone would total $20 billion over the next 10 years.

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