RT @RusulAlrubail: #educolor storify if anyone missed it, thanks to @biblio_phile Grit and Rigor (with images, tweets) http://t.co/iOLnN9Ql…
"But federal spending was never intended to equalize funding for poor children, Duncan said. It was meant to add more money for students who need more services."
Small but thoughtful steps for getting low-income kids to envision paying for college, starting early.
MT @jgmac1106: Help us get gender equity 4 STEM fields on Flickr: http://t.co/YUVbCaqAk7 #literacies #YES #uwbc19
RT @alfiekohn: New documentary on test-based reform depicts the destruction of an innovative school b/c of low scores: http://t.co/y6e0MYei…
Lovely post: PARCC tests have nothing to do with work, college, or news cultures of learning. http://t.co/I7YxEU7GUe
MT Excellent and important resources on digital citizenship @courosa: Selected #digcit resources http://t.co/2dbfpJgCJJ #uwbc19
RT @ASCD: We’re Reading:The Best #Teaching is Happening in the “Worst” Schools by @jenorr via @EducatorsRoom http://t.co/tIWWkKpHCV #uwbc19
This matters, deeply, in deepening the socio-economic isolation within which people live, work, play, learn, and build communities together.
This matters in that wealth affords people choices, enables them to take the occasional risk in their lives, allows one to age with a modicum of dignity rather than relying on underfunded government supports.
This matters because having choice in college is very much tied to family wealth.
It matters because if meritocracy is still our ideal, the walls are being built higher and the ladders by which people sometimes climbed those walls are shrinking.
RT @tressiemcphd: “Starbucks Wants To Talk To You About Race. But Does It Want to Talk To You About Racism?” https://t.co/6DOYZdUbee Thanks…
The $1000 pencil substitute and other mistakes in tech integration. http://t.co/lDzdILQ9nY #uwbc19
Know thy selfie: great reflective essay assignment on identity in selfies https://t.co/ohrZOpo5H1