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50 Education Twitter Hashtags Perfect For Parents

50 Education Twitter Hashtags Perfect For Parents | Parent Partnership Connection | Scoop.it

As a parent, it’s important to be a part of the discussion about education. Informed parents can make a difference, not just in the lives of their own children, but in schools, policy, and more.

 

You can stay in the loop and contribute your opinion by taking part in these Twitter chats and using these hashtags. Check out our list, and you’ll find more than 30 of the most relevant and useful hashtags for parents interested in education today.


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The Top 25 Colleges Graduating Latinos In Science, Technology, Engineering ... - Huffington Post

The Top 25 Colleges Graduating Latinos In Science, Technology, Engineering ... - Huffington Post | Parent Partnership Connection | Scoop.it
NBC LatinoThe Top 25 Colleges Graduating Latinos In Science, Technology, Engineering ...Huffington PostTo this end, Excelencia in Education, a non-profit organization specializing in Latino higher education data and analysis, released a report Thursday...
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Algebra: Is It Too Hard for Students? | Math For Grownups

Algebra: Is It Too Hard for Students? | Math For Grownups | Parent Partnership Connection | Scoop.it
Earlier this week, Andrew Hacker, a political science professor at Queens College, City University of New York, opined in an essay for the New York Times that high schools should stop teaching higher Algebra concepts ...
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Facebook and YouTube Offer Guidelines to Help Schools and Parents

Facebook and YouTube Offer Guidelines to Help Schools and Parents | Parent Partnership Connection | Scoop.it

"Online social giants YouTube and Facebook have taken big steps to attempt to provide guidance on digital citizenship for kids online. Google (which owns YouTube) just launched its ten-step online program for smart and safe YouTube use, with a series of instructional videos that hit on topics from cyberbullying to privacy. And Facebook has teamed up with Edutopia to help schools create social media guidelines."


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