Thursday, June 28, 2018

Educational Links 6/29/18

Q&A Collections: Race & Gender Challenges

Teaching Film as Literature

Google+ Tutorial for Beginners

After Supreme Court loss, school-employees unions gird for fight to keep their members

A Four-Day School Week?

How Do I Know If My Child Has Executive Function Issues?

Early school choice deadlines mean affluent parents often get first shot at coveted schools, new study shows

It's Time to Rethink School Schedules, Report Says

Much of a teacher's day is devoted to instruction, with precious little time set aside for collaborating with colleagues, planning lessons or reflecting on practice, according to a new report from the Center for American Progress.
The authors of "Reimagining the School Day" point out that U.S. educators spend far more time teaching lessons and less time planning them than educators in other top-performing countries.

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