Poverty's role in bad
test scores U.S.
Educators are always interested in improving teacher evaluation, and Anne Faigen's comments ("," Aug. 5 Forum) are helpful. Her essay also, unfortunately, contributes to the impression that there is a crisis in teacher quality in the
Eight problems with Common Core Standards
Study Links Healthier Weight in Children With Strict Laws on School Snacks
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TAVERNISE Published: New York August 13, 2012
$400 Million Race to Top Contest for Districts Starts Now
Registration is Now Open!
Please mark your calendars and plan on joining EPLC, our partners, and
guests on October 11 in
for a full day of events. Stay tuned to for information about our 2nd Arts and Education
Symposium. Scholarships and Act 48 Credit will be available.
Outstanding speakers and panelists from Harrisburg
and beyond will once again come together to address key topics in the arts and
arts education and related public policy advocacy initiatives. This is a
networking and learning opportunity not to be missed! Pennsylvania
Richard Frerichs, Penn
Mark B. Miller, Centennial SD,
Edward J. Cardow,