Posted: 29 March 2014
Education International reports:
Posted: 4 March 2014
McQueen was wearing a wristband that said  ”Stand Up4Public Schools,” given to him by David A. Pickler, president of the...
Posted: 4 March 2014
One of the biggest chains of academies in England is to lose control of 10 of its schools. The decision was made after Ofsted inspectors raised...
Posted: 18 February 2014
Kids (and parents) all over Canada sell millions of dollars worth of chocolate and magazine subscriptions and raffle tickets every year.  It...
Posted: 12 February 2014
We felt we were turning a corner, results had started to go up and the most challenging behaviour was being managed. But it wasn't enough...
Posted: 16 January 2014
It is a "national scandal" that around two-fifths of teachers leave the profession within five years despite massive investment in training...
Posted: 22 November 2013
District of Columbia prosecutors have asked a judge to force Exceptional Education Management Corp., a for-profit company founded by the former...

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