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Start with a Question: Innovative Teaching Requires Innovative PD: 5 Solutions. If school and district leaders want teachers to take risks and innovate in their classrooms, then those leaders must take similar risks when designing professional development.

Start with a Question: Innovative Teaching Requires Innovative PD: 5 Solutions

Modeling is not overrated. Let me repeat that: Modeling is NOT overrated. Evidence Based Reporting - Evidence-Based Reporting. You are already registered. My son has been suspended five times. He’s 3. Tunette Powell’s sons, JJ (left) and Joah, have been suspended from school eight times combined.

My son has been suspended five times. He’s 3.

(Tunette Powell) I received a call from my sons’ school in March telling me that my oldest needed to be picked up early. The secret to Patagonia’s success? Keeping moms and onsite child care and paid parental leave — Quartz. When Phil Graves, a father of three young girls, worked for Deloitte, his days looked a lot like those of many working professionals.

The secret to Patagonia’s success? Keeping moms and onsite child care and paid parental leave — Quartz

He left before the kids were up to commute to work in San Francisco. He raced through his day, and dashed home to make the bedtime crush: bath, bedtime stories, a few sweet snuggles before lights out for the kids, dinner with his wife and a flurry of emails before bed. “All my quality time with my daughters was on weekends,” he said. And that was a good version of what most working parents in the US experience. Deloitte has some of the most family-friendly benefits in corporate America. Teachers work more overtime than any other professionals, analysis finds. Teachers are more likely to work unpaid overtime than staff in any other industry, with some working almost 13 extra hours per week, according to research.

Teachers work more overtime than any other professionals, analysis finds

A study of official figures from the Trades Union Congress (TUC) found that 61.4 per cent of primary school teachers worked unpaid overtime in 2014, equating to 12.9 additional hours a week. Among secondary teachers, 57.5 per cent worked unpaid overtime, with an average of 12.5 extra hours.