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Declining numbers of unionized teachers pay big salaries for u...

Dennis Van Roekel is going out in style in his final year as president of the National Education Association. Van Roekel received a $123,000 raise in 2014, boosting his annual salary to $429,509 and his total compensation to $541,632, ... SperoNews, 2 weeks ago

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NEA Today

The 5 Biggest Education Stories of 2014

Testing: Educators and Parents Push Back 2014 was supposed to be the year that every U.S. child would be proficient in reading and math. They are not. Instead, 2014 was the year that NEA and its members said: Enough is enough! It's time to end the ...
 NEA Today3 days ago
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Report: School Choice Would Raise Teacher Pay

A new study from the Texas Public Policy Foundation suggests that teachers salaries would increase if states encouragedschool choice. According to Dennis Van Roekel, the president of the National Education Association, poor teacher morale has ...
 EducationNews.org2 weeks ago

Strauss: Education Secretary Arne Duncan's communications chief leaving for Teach For America

Education Secretary Arne Duncan speaks at the ConnectED conference in the East Room of the White House on Wednesday. (Brendan Smialowski/AFP/) Education Secretary Arne Duncan is losing his second communications chief in two years. Massie Ritsch, ...
 Washington Post4 weeks ago Education Secretary Arne Duncan's communications chief leaving for Teach For America  Washington Post4 weeks ago

Cami Anderson and the forces of unreason

Yesterday, Newark superintendent Cami Anderson came to AEI to give a talk. The talk had to be relocated and the logistics modified because a busload of Anderson critics pledging to disrupt the event followed her from Newarkaccompanied by banners, ...
 American Enterprise Institute1 month ago

MacEachern: Releasing Douglas's inner Mecham

For someone who simply had the temerity to run for a statewide office and win, Diane Douglas has generated a lot of hostility already. She's "Ev Mecham, Part To" to some of these people. She's dumb. She's a terrifying ideologue who will ruin ...
 AZCentral.com1 month ago

10 Reasons Why Common Core Should Spook You This Halloween

Ghosts and goblins aren't the only things causing unease this Halloween. With their children settled into the 2014-15 school year, parents have growing concerns about the impact of Common Core. Here are 10 reasons why Common Core national standards ...
 Heritage Foundation1 month ago

Strauss: Internal Teach For America memo details how it fights media critics

An internal media strategy memo from Teach For America (see text below) reveals the lengths it went to to counter a story in the media that it considered negative and how it was alerted to the piece even before it was written by a U.S. Department of ...
 Washington Post1 month ago Internal Teach For America memo details how it fights media critics  Washington Post1 month ago
EdSource Today

California conditions favorable for Common Core implementation

edberg With the adoption of the Common Core standards by 43 states, the nation's schools have embarked on one of the most ambitious reform strategies in the post-World War II era. Opposition to the new academic standards, however, has emergedon ...
 EdSource Today2 months ago
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