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Teaching and Leading at the 5th International Summit on the Teaching Profession

Each March I look forward to joining colleagues from around the world at the International Summit on the Teaching Profession to learn from high-performing and rapidly improving education systems about ways to elevate and enhance the teaching profession in order to improve student learning. I never imagined when we started the International Summit in New York City in 2011 that it would become a vib

Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post 

La. court tosses out Jindal-backed lawsuit to kill Common Core

In a blow to opponents of the Common Core State Standards in Louisiana, a Baton Rouge judge on Monday dismissed a lawsuit filed by a Gov. Bobby Jindal (R) and a group of lawmakers who argued that state officials violated Louisiana law when they adopted the controversial K-12 academic standards in 2010. Read full article >>

The Guardian (U.K.) 

One in five school staff victims of false claims, survey shows

Union study found that fear of being falsely accused is primary reason for some teachers to consider leaving the profession altogetherMore than one in five school staff has had a false allegation made against them by a pupil, according to a survey. A further 7% have also faced untrue claims from a student’s parent or family member, the study by a teaching union found.The problem is so acut

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