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The Learning Network: 10 Ways to Teach and Learn About Spring (While The Learning Network Is on Vacation)
All of our regular content, including What’s Going On in This Picture and daily features like our Student Opinion questions, Test Yourself and Word of the Day, will be back on April 13. But we leave you with plenty to do.
Here are several paragraphs from a March 28 article, “A Wi-Fi Barbie Doll With the Soul of Siri.” Can you choose the best word for each blank?
The New York legislature this week approved a budget along with some education reforms proposed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo that have been strongly opposed by teachers in part because they make the state’s awful teacher evaluation system even worse. In this post, award-winning principal Carol Burris explains exactly why what the legislature did is so harmful to public schools.Read full article >>
Negotiations ended between Daniel W. Jones, who had been ousted as chancellor of the University of Mississippi, and schools officials, who had proposed a 2017 retirement.