Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Educational Links 5/16/18

What the Teacher Strikes Can Teach Students About the History of the Labor Movement



The Case for Holding Students Accountable


Funding the Interactive Classroom



Playlists: A Path to Personalizing Learning


SOWN TO GROW: NURTURING A GROWTH MINDSET THROUGH REFLECTION



Should Reading Be Taught Whole Class or Small Group?



The 8 Most Atrocious Myths About Inclusive Education


When it was passed in 1975, what is now the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act became the most sweeping legislation in the history of United States education.  No law, before or since, did more to change the landscape of our schools.
Four decades ago, there was a virtual system of educational apartheid.  Today, 94.92% of students with disabilities, ages 6-21, attend their local neighborhood schools, 80.87% spending part or all of the day in a general education setting.  Most (61.08%) are included in “regular” classrooms for 80-100% of the school day 

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