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U.S. News and World Report ranked it among the nation’s top 1,000 high schools last year. Ohio Charter School Scandal Grows as Kasich Ascends National Stage. Ohio state education officials are now admitting that Ohio has almost ten times as many failing charter schools as the state initially claimed.
This revelation comes as Ohio tries to hang onto a $71 million federal charter school grant in the wake of scandals over misleading the grant application reviewers and breaking state law by altering charter school performance statistics. That was the largest grant award by the U.S. Department of Education last year. Solutions To The Teacher Shortage Crisis Even Republicans Will Like.
A new report is making big headlines for showing that public schools across the nation are experiencing severe problems with teacher shortages that are apt to develop into a “crisis” if left unaddressed.
The report from an education think tank called the Learning Policy Institute took off from last year’s widespread news stories that reported how schools were “struggling with shortages of teachers, particularly in math, science, and special education.” Where this new report goes way beyond last year’s news stories is that it draws from a deep well of statistical validity, meticulous analysis, and wise counsel. Tar Heel Heist: How the Charter School Industry is Hijacking Public Education. Photo Credit: SaMBa/Shutterstock.
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This is a pivotal moment in American higher education—a crisis, you might say, if the term hadn’t been debased by overuse. The criticisms come from every corner and the bill of particulars is lengthy. The financial cost gets most of the attention. Iowa's Kids Will Now Be Taught Accurate Climate Science In School. The state that will host the first-in-the-nation caucuses and a Republican presidential debate in January of next year will be teaching its kids mainstream climate science in school.
On Thursday, the Iowa State Board of Education voted unanimously to adopt the Next Generation Science Standards, which set science and engineering educational expectations for public school kids. They are voluntary guidelines that allow states to decide if they want to provide standards that include the teaching of climate science and evolution. This makes Iowa the 15th state to approve the standards, joining Arkansas (for middle school), California, Delaware, Kansas, Kentucky, Illinois, Maryland, Nevada, New Jersey, Oregon, Rhode Island, Vermont, Washington, and West Virginia, as well as the District of Columbia. “All Iowa kids will now have access to a world-class science education that includes learning the scientific evidence about human-caused climate change,” said Dr. Top Picks - Featured Landing Page. Nebraska School District Asks Teachers to Sign 1951 Loyalty Oath. Shop Second Hand Clothes & Fundraise For Schools. Box Tops for Education - boxtops4education.
Free Technology for Teachers. The Math Machine Archive: Math Games. The Math Machine brings you a great collection of math games that you can share with your students.
Here in The Math Machine you will find links to more than 50 online games that will help you teach and reinforce important math skills. Search the list below for games you might use with your whole class in your schools computer lab, or you might schedule students to use these games on computers in your classroom computer center. These games make great reward time activities too. Percent Shopping Math Skills: percentage, multiplication, addition, subtraction (Grades 4-6) Spiro Math Art Math Skills: reflection, angle, symmetry, spiro graph (Grades K-6) Part Part Whole Math Skills: making whole numbers from fractions and decimals. Alien Angles Math Skills: angles. Making Change Math Skills: money, making change. Escape from Fraction Manor Math Skills: solving basic math and fraction problems.
Space Math Math Skills: solving basic math problems. Charter School Challenges. Marking a 25th anniversary, charter schools and the industry that’s become synonymous with these schools expected big things in 2016, with the help of continued growth and funding, recent legislation lifting regulations and opening up new markets, and a mostly favorable regard for these schools among the public.
But as school year 2016-17 rolls out, the charter industry finds it faces formidable new challenges from many unexpected corners, including prominent civil rights groups, grassroots organizers, and an increasingly skeptical Democratic party. What happened? A new omnibus report helps answer that question by explaining what made charter schools an instant public relations hit, how they were able to fly under the radar of public scrutiny for so long, and why challenges to the sector are arising now. Losing Civil Rights Advocates Among the many challenges to the charter school industry is the clear loss of its support among many organizations representing African Americans. Charter Schools. Latino students, parents should beware school choice ‘panacea’ “The choice mantra should be wrestled away from Libre and the billionaire funders of neoliberal education ‘reforms’.”
–Julian Vasquez Heilig. Read More. Ancient Egyptian scripts (hieroglyphs, hieratic and demotic) Origins of Egyptian Hieroglyphs The ancient Egyptians believed that writing was invented by the god Thoth and called their hieroglyphic script "mdju netjer" ("words of the gods"). The word hieroglyph comes from the Greek hieros (sacred) plus glypho (inscriptions) and was first used by Clement of Alexandria. The earliest known examples of writing in Egypt have been dated to 3,400 BC. AHA Joins Over Fifty Organizations in Opposing Private School Vouchers. Today, the American Humanist Association and other members of The National Coalition for Public Education wrote to the chairman and ranking member of the House Education Committee to voice strong opposition to private school vouchers.
The letter was sent to the house ahead of the "Expanding Educational Opportunity through School Choice" hearing on February 3, 2016. Ohio should step up funding for kids, report says. Ohio is behind most states on funding preschool and childcare. For immediate release.