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The 4 C's of 21st century learning for ELLs: Collaboration

In the first two parts of this four-part series, we explored critical thinking and communication. Collaboration is the next topic we will explore. Any teacher who has tried putting students into groups to work together without first setting up guidelines knows that group...

source: By Erick Herrmann
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Principals must constantly innovate, challenging the education communities they lead to raise the bar, as well as to shift direction to respond to new initiatives and technologies. In Principal magazine's four-part series, Connect & Innovate, experts and educators offer...

source: NAESP

The average principal now spends only two to three years in each school. In fact, nearly 50 percent of new principals leave by their third year in the profession — while research shows that school leaders may need five years to make lasting changes. What can school...

source: NAESP

While almost all educators feel support of parents with children younger than school age is important, only 23 percent of educators have sufficient tools to do so, according to a survey from Office Depot. The nonprofit Center for College & Career Readiness and Office Depot's...

source: eSchool News

At the Curley K-8 School in Jamaica Plain, there were about 15 teaching positions open when hiring season began earlier this year. Principal Katie Grassa, however, is proud to say that she filled all those posts by May 30 — quite fast for a public school in Boston,...

source: The Boston Globe

In a victory for teacher unions, the California Supreme Court decided to let the state's teacher tenure law stand. The high court decided not to review a lower court ruling that upheld tenure and other job protections for teachers. That...

source: The Associated Press via Fox News

Corporal punishment has declined so rapidly in the United States in the last 15 years that many people think it's practically nonexistent in modern American public schools. To the contrary, more than 109,000 students were paddled, swatted, or otherwise physically punished...

source: Education Week

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