Dumpster Rentals Help With Large Home Improvement Projects

When improving on the appearance of your home, too much debris and waste materials are generated during the exercise. Too much are the wastes, that normal garbage containers in your home can not be able to collect them. The size …

Education

Education should be a top priority for everyone in United States. Parents, government leaders, family, friends, and everyone in between should be concerned with our national education. Our future will be determined by the children learning today. Public education plays …

And the survey says…. Librarians speak out on 1:1/BYOD

It’s not so much what I want to do, as it is what needs to be done.

If you think of it as ‘living in beta” and adopt the attitude of “it’s okay to try something new and it’s okay

AM News: High-Scoring Success For All Not Cool Enough For USDE

Success for All Again Scores Big, And Loses, in i3 Contest Politics K12: For two years in a row, Baltimore-based school turnaround organization Success for All has earned the top score in the scale-up category of the federal Investing in …

Thompson: Principals in the Classroom [10 Percent Of The Time]

Two studies on principal time use, Principal Time Use and School Effectiveness (2009) by Eileen Lai Horng, Daniel Klasik, and Susanna Loeb and Effective Instruction Time Use for School Leaders by Jason Grissom, Ben Master, and Susanna Loeb, are both excellent. …

AM News: Weingarten Walks Back Previous Value-Added Stance

AFT's Weingarten Backtracks on Using Value-Added Measures for Evaluations Teacher Beat: Weingarten's decision is probably not really a spur-of-the-moment one. It's been bolstered by an increasing anti-testing sentiment within the union. In 2012, the AFT consequently passed a resolution opposing many uses of tests …

AM News: Weingarten Walks Back Previous Value-Added Stance

AFT's Weingarten Backtracks on Using Value-Added Measures for Evaluations Teacher Beat: Weingarten's decision is probably not really a spur-of-the-moment one. It's been bolstered by an increasing anti-testing sentiment within the union. In 2012, the AFT consequently passed a resolution opposing many uses of tests …

AM News: States Struggle, DeBlasio Vs. Cuomo, & More

States Struggle To Overhaul Schools After No Child Left Behind HuffPost: The department on Monday released results from audits of the way six states — New York, Delaware, Colorado, Idaho, Mississippi and Connecticut — are replacing No Child Left Behind. ALSO: …

Waiver States Struggle With Priority Schools, English-Learners, Ed. Dept. Finds

Mississippi and Idaho have some of the biggest problems, according to a new wave of No Child Left Behind Act monitoring reports from the U.S. Department of Education.

The Final Push

Far be it from me to argue with one of the greatest historical minds of the 20th century…, but we essentially have an executive that serves a six year term, even if we get two extra bonus lame duck