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States Renewing Efforts to Tackle Teacher Shortages

Like many other states, New York is suffering from teacher shortages. What was a case of a few districts facing a shortage has blown up into a major issue, as bad as the looming national crisis. Part of the problem is the upcoming retirement of many educators. While that...

source: By Bambi Majumdar
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The 26,000+ members and supporters of the National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC) should feel pretty good about their efforts and the fruits they have produced in education policy. Together we have successfully inspired change by helping legislators and the public...

source: The High Flyer

Discontinued during the turmoil of unaccreditation and reincorporation, a gifted learning program has returned to Normandy's elementary schools. At Washington Elementary, about a dozen students who tested two grade levels higher on an...

source: St. Louis Public Radio

In the wake of the mass shooting at a Florida high school last month, it's clear how the GOP majorities in Congress have reacted: They want to focus on school-safety initiatives, not gun control. That reaction has led to two pieces...

source: Education Week

Gifted students who lack the resources to pursue admission to highly competitive universities will get a leg up through Spring ISD's partnership with the Houston-based nonprofit EMERGE Fellowship this fall. The SISD board of trustees...

source: Community Impact Newspaper

The NAGC Board voted to support the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) position statement on Providing Opportunities for Students with Exceptional Mathematical Promise. However, a video by Jo Boaler has caused some to question the importance of identifying...

source: The High Flyer

Teachers in Oklahoma could be the next to go on strike over low wages after a nine-day teachers' strike in West Virginia ended Tuesday when the governor signed a bill for a five percent pay raise. Oklahoma educators are the second lowest paid in the U.S. with an average...

source: CBS News


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