Teacher shortages affecting every state as 2017-18 school year begins - The Washington Post

Teacher shortages affecting every state as 2017-18 school year begins

Exceptional (Special) ed teacher quits: ‘I just cannot justify making students cry anymore’ - The Washington Post

Education “reform’s” big lie: The real reason the right has declared war on our public schools

Education “reform’s” big lie: The real reason the right has declared war on our public schools

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In just one year, nearly 1.3 million Americans needed hospital care for opioid-related issues    As the epidemic surged, emergency room treatment doubled between 2005 and 2014.

In just one year, nearly 1.3 million Americans needed hospital care for opioid-related issues

How an ‘abuse-deterrent’ drug created the heroin epidemic - The Washington Post

Michelle Rhee - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Disturbing Link Between ADHD and Conservative Education Reform

"The Coming Revolution in Public Education" by John Tierney of The Atlantic. Why the current wave of reforms, with its heavy emphasis on standardized tests, may actually be harming students. Posted April 25, 2013 on theatlantic.com.

The Coming Revolution in Public Education

The Coming Revolution in Public Education Why the current wave of reforms, with its heavy emphasis on standardized tests, may actually be harming students

The U.S. has a tendency, when there’s an economic or social crisis, to affix unfair blame on public-school teachers.

Stop Humiliating Teachers

Stop humiliating teachers: The U. has a tendency, when there’s an economic or social crisis, to affix unfair blame on public-school teachers.

Why I Stopped Writing Recommendation Letters for Teach for America  By: Catherine Michna for Slate  deprofessionalization of teaching, social capital, race, social stratification, social inequality, public education, privatization of education

Why I Stopped Writing Recommendation Letters for Teach for America

The Manufactured Shortage: Driving Teachers Out of the Classroom

Those in charge of public schools and politicians are hypocrites when it comes to the rhetoric surrounding a teacher shortage! School districts around the country are describing hundreds of classro…

Arne Duncan's 50 state strategy for teacher distribution.

States will be required to submit new plans to address teacher distribution by April of or just a few months before the department likely will begin to consider states' requests to renew their waivers from the NCLB law.

Stanford's Teacher Ed Programming & the "secret ingredient" to teacher prep: extended student teaching time (1 year plus a summer program led by master teachers)

The secret sauce: the right way to teach the teachers

Kindergarten the new first grade? It’s actually worse than that. - The Washington Post

Our culture is far from neutral, and now the gears of our government are grinding against us.

The Liberal Education Reform Revolt: Are liberals finally ready to oppose neoliberal education reform?

Computer Education and its Benefits in the Classroom http://www.gistonline.com.ng/2017/08/computer-education-and-its-benefits-in.html

Computer-science professor Dan Rockmore defends his practice of banning laptops in the classroom.

How to really change education — excerpt from Sir Ken Robinson’s new book - The Washington Post

How to really change education — excerpt from Sir Ken Robinson’s new book

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