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about 17 hours ago

RT @MaryAnnReilly: Critically important. The myth of the super teacher shifts focus from the co-opting of public institutions…

about 20 hours ago

May 21, 15

RT @funnymonkey: Pearson state testing system fails 3 times in one week. They only get 37 million a year. Good work …

May 21, 15

Wealthy colleges growing wealthier so that the most wealthy students have access to much more resources than lower income students attending under-resourced colleges and universities.

"“It’s entirely reasonable to ask whether federal subsidies should flow -- actively in the form of student aid, and in terms of tax benefits as well -- to places that are so flush,” said Andrew Kelly, director of the American Enterprise Institute Center on Higher Education Reform. “Federal subsidies should help people attend college that wouldn’t attend otherwise.”"
“We are spending the most money as a society educating the wealthiest people”. Elite colleges, few poor kids .

May 16, 15

RT @MaryAnnReilly: My new e-Book: Making Knowledge through Interactive Read Alouds in Kindergarten #kinderchat #edchat #cpchat #ELA http://…

May 16, 15

Center for Civil and Human Rights #aiaurbansketch
– David Van Galen (DVDVNGLN)

May 15, 15

Straightforward and generous discussion among smart women about being low-income students on full scholarship at elite schools.

May 14, 15

RT @funnymonkey: A more accurate name for #PeriscopeEdu could be "impulsive content handover" - have you read their Terms?…

May 14, 15

RT @chrislehmann: Wonderful to see EdWeek spotlight the work of #EduColor.

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