“Professional development used to mean one thing: inservice days. Oof. We sure have come a long way, haven’t we? Especially in the realm of connecting with other like-minded individuals around the globe. We’re no longer limited by what is offered geographically nearby, so we can get into what really interests us as educators, even if …”
Via Jim Lerman, Dean J. Fusto
Well, not long to wait for the polls to close and then the long wait to see whether the vast establishment campaign to stop Farage and Ukip damaged or strengthened his campaign. The local government results will come first and may give us a hint of Ukip's European Parliament vote, but I suspect that many electors may [...]
Jacky MacMillan's insight:
Norman Tebit's view that young people skills to feed themselves are lacking
As U-turns go, it was pretty spectacular. The former Conservative Party chairman Norman Tebbit was once so vehemently critical of food banks that he claimed people only used them to save money for junk food. But now, after visiting one, in a dramatic volte face, the outspoken Tory peer has admitted to being forced to eat "a fair plate of humble pie".
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