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State of the Union for Educators (quick teacher’s guide)

The State of the Union (quick teacher’s guide) Recap, quotes, reactions, fact-checking, who’s who, Twitter reaction   “I’m busy, I need a quick RECAP.” You’re in luck. As always, the Ed Week blog comes in with a useful and easily readable post, “A Recap for Busy Teachers.” So, you know, go there.  http://blogs.edweek.org/teachers/teaching_now/2014/01/teacher_recap_2014_state_of_the_union.html   “But […]

By John Russo | Educational Policy
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MLK and Education

MLK and education   Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. is honored today as an influential leader. Here we look at 3 facts about MLK and education.   King argued that education had a moral and practical purpose in an article in the Morehouse College newspaper, the Maroon Tiger. He believed that, “character and moral development […]

By John Russo | Educational Policy
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What We’re Thankful For

11-26-13 What We’re Thankful for — This time of year, it’s humbling to look around and realize just how lucky we are! CITE has been working to train and certify teachers, administrators, and counselors since 1983. And in that time, your successes —  your graduations, your certifications, your masters degrees, your doctorates, your advanced certificates, […]

By John Russo | Professional Development
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Bloomberg’s Educational Legacy

11-4-13 DEBATING BLOOMBERG’S EDUCATIONAL LEGACY by Jared Gellert We are going to see a fierce debate about the legacy of Mayor Bloomberg’s educational reforms as he leaves office and we gain a new mayor and chancellor.  The fight, I think, will center on the following issues: High School Graduation rates.  What accounts for their increase?  […]

By John Russo | Educational Policy
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Change to Common Core Testing

10-28-13 NY State concession to parent-groups scales back Common Core testing Javier C. Hernandez writes in the NY Times: “The New York State Education Department, responding to concerns that standardized exams in reading and math have become excessive and unwieldy, will seek to ease the burden of testing.” More here: http://www.nytimes.com/2013/10/26/nyregion/new-york-state-seeks-to-scale-back-student-testing.html?emc=edit_tnt_20131025&tntemail0=y&_r=1&   Stay up to […]

By John Russo | Educational Policy
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The Shutdown and Education Update

10-4-13 Government shutdown and education update – FRIDAY VERSION! Head into the weekend all read up — today’s blog spotlights the shutdown, and how it affects education, in particular Military families, and head start programs. We also include an overview for you, from Education Week.   MILITARY Rosemary Freitas Williams, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense […]

By John Russo | Educational Policy
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How the Shutdown Affects Education

10-1-13 What the Shutdown Means for Education WAIT, THEY DID  WHAT? As if the sequester hasn’t hurt education programs enough (cf: work-study, Title 1, Federal Loans, Individuals with Disabilities Act, Head Start*), GOP brinksmanship on a law that was already passed (by a supermajority), ratified, and upheld by the Supreme Court and voters in the […]

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