Archives for August, 2014

High Stakes Testing Opt Out Numbers

What do the recently released high stakes testing opt out numbers mean? As always, we start with Chalkbeat’s blog — they have THIS story on how opt out numbers are statistically insignificant, but more are on the way. In this post, they show that Chancellor Carmen Fariña distributed a letter to administrators on Thursday, about how […]

By John Russo | Educational Policy
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Aug
25

Pre K Teacher News

Fariña and De Blasio address Pre K Teachers – Pre K Teacher News Day 1 for the new Pre K initiative draws near! The Mayor and Chancellor are using this time to rally the new Pre K teachers around the city. They spoke at the new Pre K Initiative, a training program to prep teachers […]

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Aug
20

Common Core Gallup Poll Results

COMMON CORE GALLUP POLL SHOWS MORE AWARENESS, MORE INACCURACY PDK Gallop poll confirms that CCSS knowledge is a roiling battle for control of the narrative. While more people know about the Standards, and have formed strong opinions about them, the actual knowledge they have varies widely, with most people getting their information from TV, Radio, or […]

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Aug
18

NYPD UFT Fight

NYPD UFT Fight Why Michael Mulgrew decided to back Sharpton’s rally is a complicated issue. (One we’re not equipped to unpack, much less judge, right now.) But nonetheless, this was a big misstep for Mulgrew, as the press is fanning the flames of an NYPD UFT fight.  Listen to this post! Share your thoughts with […]

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Aug
14

sign up for classroom donations!

Reddit is hosting a gift exchange (click), where teachers can sign up for free, and request classroom supplies. Donors will choose what supplies they want to buy, and will send them. Listen to this and 5 more sales/ donations tips! We also posted this link about sales and free stuff this week. (click to see) CITE […]

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Aug
13

Responsive Classroom in Action – Video

Edutopia has a great video today, from a school in Maine that’s using Responsive Classroom in all classrooms K-3. If you have any experience with Responsive classrooms, please let us know! Send us a tweet Post on our Facebook page  CITE – the Center for Integrated Training and Education , trains TEACHERS (Early Childhood, Literacy, Grad […]

By John Russo | Uncategorized
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Aug
11

5 Can’t Miss Back to School Sales Tips

Can’t Miss Back to School sales! It’s an exciting time! School is just around the corner. Save some money this year with these back to school sales. Here are our 5 tips. Listen to this post! 1. Go to Staples NOW. Staples is a no-brainer. They offer 50% or more savings on your everyday supplies, as […]

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Aug
06

8 Things Teachers Should do Before the End of Summer

August?? It’s August?? Oh, man. Where does the time go! Before you hit Staples for the back-to-School sale, please do yourself a favor. Check out our new list: Listen to this post! 8 things teachers should do before the end of the summer. 1. Read something the kids are reading (but NOT that you’re teaching) […]

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