Find Out Where U.S. Faculty are Fairly Paid

Forty states in 2017 increased state funding to higher education. How has that affected faculty salaries?
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Supreme Court Ruling Sidesteps Questions Regarding State Constitutional Protections for Public Education

NEA President: Ruling is big setback for advocates of voucher programs that take taxpayer dollars out of public schools to divert them to private religious schools.
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Low-Income Students Benefit More From Summer Reading Programs
Children who come from poorer homes may benefit more from summer reading programs than kids from wealthier homes, according to a new study from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Source: Boston Globe
Rethinking the Parent-Teacher Conference
In hundreds of schools across the country, parent-teacher conferences look drastically different as educators seek to build stronger relationships with parents and equip families with tools to reinforce classroom concepts at home. Source: The Washington Post
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As More Schools Look to Personalized Learning, Teaching May Be About to Change

As personalized learning becomes more popular, will educators still lead the classroom - or will software companies?
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