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By WENDY KOPP When I dropped my kids off at school last week, I had a hard time looking their teachers in the eye. Wendy Kopp: The Trouble With Humiliating Teachers
Teacher job satisfaction is at the lowest it's been in more than two decades, likely as a consequence—at least in part—of the economic downturn and resulting cuts to education budgets, according to a national survey. Education Week Teacher: Survey: Teacher Job Satisfaction Hits a Low Point
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SnappSchool A startup called SnappSchool is compiling a weekly rundown of the Kindergarten to 6th-grade math curriculum — for parents.
MindSnacks Turns Learning a Language Into a Game The Spark of Genius Series highlights a unique feature of startups and is made possible by Microsoft BizSpark. If you would like to have your startup considered for inclusion, please see the details here.
Santorum flunks the history of home-schooling - Education At the Republican debate Wednesday night, Rick Santorum repeated a claim he’s been making, that the federal government, and the state governments, should “get out of the education business.” Last weekend, Santorum declared public education “anachronistic.”