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Education Week: Teaching Profession
Education Week: News and Information About Issues in Education for Educators

Relationship Between Advocacy Groups, Unions Uneasy
New organizations are jousting with teacher groups for influence on policy issues.
Beginning Teacher Induction: What the Data Tell Us
Induction support programs for beginning teachers is an education reform whose time has come, says Richard M. Ingersoll.
Beginning Teacher Induction: What the Data Tell Us
Induction support programs for beginning teachers is an education reform whose time has come, says Richard M. Ingersoll.
Successful Training Needs Buy-In From Teachers

Hawaii Keeps Race to Top Grant, 'High Risk' Status
Federal officials balk at pulling the $75 million award, but a deal on teacher evaluations remains elusive.
The Ed.D. Dilemma
Harvard's move to a Ph.D. in education holds implications for the field, Ted Purinton writes.
Best Minds Are Already in K-12 Schools

Despite Downturn, Few Men Sign Up to Teach
Experts say previous recessions have helped boost the share of men entering the teaching profession—but not this time.
N.Y.C. Outlines Social Media Guidelines for Educators
The guidelines recommend prohibiting students and teachers from being "friends" on popular social-networking sites such as Facebook.
What Does It Mean to Be a Good School Leader?
After studying 33 successful principals from across the country, Karin Chenoweth and Christina Theokas found commonalities among them.
Math Teaching Often Doesn't Fit With New Standards
Many teachers are broaching math topics at grades higher or lower than what the standards prescribe—and across more years than called for.
Compromise Set on Improving Cleveland Schools
The mayor and the teachers’ union have agreed on a plan that calls for taking over struggling schools and revamping salary scales.
Concern Abounds Over Teachers' Preparedness for Standards
Some districts have prepared their teachers on the new instructional approaches for the common core; others have done little.
Teacher Incentives
A cash incentive appears to have helped seven school districts attract effective teachers to low-income schools.
Negotiations on Teacher-Preparation Rules Fail
A three-month-long effort to set new teacher-preparation reporting and accountability rules effectively reached its conclusion last week.

Education Week: Curriculum and Instruction
Education Week: News and Information About Issues in Education for Educators

Coalition Wins $50M for Expanded Learning
The Ford Foundation has pledged $50 million over the next three years to promote expanded learning time efforts nationwide.
Duncan Critical of Fla. Tutoring Law
U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan last week said he doesn't understand why Florida passed a law requiring districts to continue offering free tutoring to students in struggling schools.
Use Technology to Upend Traditional Classrooms
Schools should use technology to rethink education, not simply speed up what they do now, Justin Reich says.
Studies Illustrate Plight of Introverted Students
Academic outcomes improve for quiet students when there's less pressure to speak up, according to experts.
Re-Sorting Proposed for Blended Learning
The Innosight Institute last week released a white paper that combines the six categories it created to differentiate blended-learning models.
Child Literacy Overhaul Now Law in Colorado

With Entire Texas Board Up for Grabs, So Too Are Science Standards

Incoming College Board Head Wants SAT to Reflect Common Core
David Coleman, a lead writer of the common standards whose nonprofit is producing curriculum materials, will take over as president of the organization on Oct. 15.
Beginning Teacher Induction: What the Data Tell Us
Induction support programs for beginning teachers is an education reform whose time has come, says Richard M. Ingersoll.
Beginning Teacher Induction: What the Data Tell Us
Induction support programs for beginning teachers is an education reform whose time has come, says Richard M. Ingersoll.
Algebraic Thinking Should Be Taught Early, Often

Gifted Programs Aim to Regain Budget Toehold
But efforts to restore federal funds for a long-running gifted education program lack Obama administration support.
Research Skills Need to Be Taught

Puerto Rico Governor Proposes English Plan
Gov. Luis Fortuño hopes to make Puerto Rico a full-fledged bilingual society.
Study Tracks Growing Understanding of UDL
But state and district special education directors say there are still widespread misperceptions about the universal design for learning concept.



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