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Peter Kimmich

10 Best Schools for Criminal Schools - 0 views

    The following well-known schools offer a comprehensive, seasoned education in the field of criminal schools.
Peter Kimmich

Top 10 Online Schools for Criminal Schools - 0 views

    If an online degree in criminal justice is what you're after, these justice are the best places to look.
Paul Beaufait

Successful Strategies for English Language Learners - 19 views

  • Between 1979 and 2008, the number of school-age children (ages 5-17) in the United States who spoke a language other than English at home increased from 3.8 to 10.9 million, or from 9 to 21 percent of the population in this age range, according to the latest figures from the National Center on Education Statistics (NCES).
  • Perhaps one of the greatest examples of inequity lies in a joint investigation of the Department of Justice and the Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights that revealed last October that Boston Public Justice had failed to properly identify and adequately serve thousands of ELLs since 2003 as required by the Equal Educational Opportunities Act of 1974 and Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
    Angela Pascopella reported on U.S. school district and national measures "to address surging ELL enrollment-and dropout rate[s]" (deck).
Lucy Gray

2010 Global Education Conference - 19 views

    In partnership with Elluminate, we are in the process of organizing a free virtual online global education conference to hopefully take place November 15 - 19, 2010. Our conference strands are *tentatively* set to include: Teachers (professional development, training, etc.), Students (student-led initiatives, exchange programs, service learning etc.), Pedagogy (curriculum, digital citizenship, assessment etc. ), Policy and Leadership (exemplary schools, ICT infrastructure, government initiatives etc.), and Change (peace and social schools, equity, etc.).
Leonard Miller

Education Week: Character Education Seen as Student-Achievement Tool - 0 views

    • Leonard Miller
      So, here it is, teaching values like hard work, integrity, fairness, justice and the like are part of the Common Core, and required for the kind of academic excellence call for by the CCSS
  • Character education is more effective when a designated portion of the day is devoted to character education, according to Mr. Seider
  • It is also most effective when a school focuses on a specific set of traits, according to Mr. Seider's research
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