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Grammar schools are not the answer: the road to a better life starts at birth, not at 11 -- Gaby Hinsliff | Those who claim to support social mobility should instead be demanding more early-years help for children in poorer families

Grammar schools are not the answer: the road to a better life starts at birth, not at 11 -- Gaby Hinsliff

Choosing the right school for your child can be a tough decision. Public, charter and private schools offer different benefits for kids with learning and attention issues.

Public, Private and Charter Schools: How They Compare

Choosing the right school for your child can be a tough decision. Public, charter and private schools offer different benefits for kids with learning and attention issues.

Story of a teacher's life.

Story of a teacher's life.

how a school redistributed funds to bring back arts education and saw student behavior improve dramatically.

how a school redistributed funds to bring back arts education and saw student behavior improve dramatically.

http://blogs.kqed.org/mindshift/2014/07/teaching-kids-skills-for-deep-reading-on-digital-devices/

For schools implementing iPads, 10 guidelines for successful use of tablets, based on feedback from teachers and students.

Māori Affairs and Associate Education Minister Pita Sharples says Te Kotahitanga is being replaced by a new scheme called Building on Success. Dr Sharples says the Māori Party has supported Te Kotahitanga, but it’s a very expensive programme that was controlled by an outside body, Waikato University’s School of Education. Pita Sharples says the Māori Party is pushing for adoption of the Tataiako cultural competence framework, which teaches school communities how to respect Māori culture.

Māori Affairs and Associate Education Minister Pita Sharples says schools running Te Kotahitanga can continue until their current contract ends.

They're protesting years of low salaries and reduced spending on students.

They're protesting years of low salaries and reduced spending on students.

Educators Guides | Project WET Foundation:   From our headquarters in Montana, we develop and deliver the world's best water education resources, organize special water events, manage a worldwide network of local implementing partners and advocate for the role of water education in solving the world's most pressing water issues.

Project WET- Water Education for Teachers is a great learning tool for educate student about water. The Project WET educational book is a curriculum and activity guide for all teachers with fun, creative, and hands on learning lessons!

It's time we focused on what we are teaching our boys.

Sociological Enlightenment and My Path to Feminism

Women aged 15 through 44 [worldwide] are more likely to be maimed or die from male violence than from cancer, malaria, traffic accidents, and war combined. -Half the Sky

Nigerian film. Connecting Classrooms.global ed program for schools funded by the British Council and the Dept of Int'l Develpmnt. Geared to help young people learn about global themes and become responsible global citizens..  Teachers in the United Kingdom and Nigeria gain learn of global issues/infuse concepts into their own teaching.  ***any teacher can apply for his/her own school partnership grant at www.britishcouncil.org/connectingclassrooms

Connecting Classrooms is a global education programme for schools funded by the British Council and the Department of International Development.

What’s the most precious commodity? Gold? Diamond? Platinum? These commodities are all precious, but talking about human life, water is the most precious commodity on earth. While some countries have the privilege of having rich water resources, many countries don’t have adequate water access: In fact, 88 percent of mortalities worldwide are due to limited water access. Check out this infographic to learn more about the disparity in water consumption between water rich and water poor…

The Water Rich vs The Water Poor

The water rich vs. the water poor. As the world population increases, and industry continues to expand, Earth's freshwater reserves are being stretched dangerously thin. See the disparity in water consumption between wealthy and underdeveloped nations.

New First Presidency Speaks to Members Worldwide: Learn what President Russell M. Nelson shared during the January 16 broadcast from the annex of the Salt Lake Temple.

New First Presidency Speaks to Members Worldwide: Learn what President Russell M. Nelson shared during the January 16 broadcast from the annex of the Salt Lake Temple.

No grades, no timetables: Berlin school turns teaching upside down. Check out the challenge class!

No grades, no timetable: Berlin school turns teaching upside down

No grades, no timetable: Berlin school turns teaching upside down Pupils choose their own subjects and motivate themselves, an approach some say should be rolled out across Germany - Students at the Evangelical School Berlin Centre.

Academies and gender pay inequality

The Tories have turned schools into hothouses for gender pay inequality

Academies and gender pay inequality

Autism And Learning http://kidsmakingchange.com/autism-statistics/ #autism #infographics #kids

Autism and Learning - What is autism and how does it affect a way a person learns? This infographic takes a look at autism and learning. It shows what obstacles people have when they're autistic and what ways they can facilitate their education.

Letters: Educationists and politicians say introducing overly formal teaching practices is a potential disaster for children’s learning

Ofsted’s Bold Beginnings report on reception class curriculum is flawed

Letters: Educationists and politicians say introducing overly formal teaching practices is a potential disaster for children’s learning

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