Friday, April 29, 2016

Educational Links 4/30/16

21 Literacy Resources For The Digital Teacher

Using the Rule of Three for Learning 

7 Characteristics of Great Professional Development 

When Kids are Bullied, What Can Parents Do? 

The Pros and Cons of Technology in the Classroom 

What's Really Happening With Special Education Enrollment? 

How the School Library Saved My Life 

Money, Race and Success: How Your School District Compares 

We’ve long known of the persistent and troublesome academic gap between white students and their black and Hispanic peers in public schools.
We’ve long understood the primary reason, too: A higher proportion of black and Hispanic children come from poor families. A new analysis of reading and math test score data from across the country confirms just how much socioeconomic conditions matter.


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