Cameras in the Classroom: Is Big Brother Evaluating You?

Video technology can improve safety and classroom practice, but using it to spy and find 'bad teachers' should be a non-starter.
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What I’ve Learned: A Career Changer Taps Into His Business Experience

Teacher Michael Proscelle brings real world knowledge about the workplace into the classroom.
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Senate Begins Debate on Education Law, Focuses on Testing
The Senate began its most serious attempt in years to rewrite the country’s main education law with a hearing this week focusing on an issue that has caused an uproar nationwide: Whether states should be required to test students every year. Source: The Washington Post
How Schools Are Handling Chronic Absences
District leaders across the country are broadening and personalizing their approaches to attendance because the old way of sending truants and their families to court often fails to bring students back to school. Source: District Administration
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Path to Student Debt Relief Still Too Narrow

New rules make it easier on educators, but they're only a start.
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