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12 Must-Read Books on Education for 2015 - InformED

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Few things are more satisfying than finally getting your hands on a book you've been meaning to read. In 2015, you're going to want to make room in your

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10 (Extra Cheesy) Math Jokes Explained

10 (Extra Cheesy) Math Jokes Explained | college and career ready | Scoop.it
If you're a math teacher looking for some cheesy yet relevant material, a giant math nerd, or simply a lover of lame jokes - check out these punny math images: 1. One of the basic trigonometric rul...

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How ‘Deprogramming’ Kids From How to ‘Do School’ Could Improve Learning

How ‘Deprogramming’ Kids From How to ‘Do School’ Could Improve Learning | college and career ready | Scoop.it

Student know how to play school like it's a game, but if teachers change the rules, they just might appreciate it.


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Teacher Leadership

A new CAP report highlights six districts that are using teacher leadership and labor-management collaboration to successfully implement the Common Core State Standards.
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Far fewer leave teaching than previously reported!

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A new longitudinal study out today establishes new rates for teacher retention and mobility, and looks at possible factors behind each.

New ED Findings Show Trends In Teacher Retention.

Education Week’s (4/30, Brenneman) Teaching Now blog reports that a new ED study that attempts to “address shortcomings” in teaching retention research has found that after five years, 70% of first-year teachers in 2007-08 stayed at their original schools over the next five years, while 10% moved, 3% left and returned to the profession, and a mere 17% left the job. The numbers rebuke a statistic that found half of all teachers leave the profession within five years. Other trends found that those with mentors stayed on at a 15% higher rate, teachers with starting salaries over $40,000 stayed at a 9% higher rate, retention was barely higher for those with master’s degrees, women were easier to retain then men, white teachers were more likely to be retained, and nearly 8% of new teachers leave on their own accord after one year.


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