Month: February 2020

Why Focusing On Adult Learning Builds A School Culture Where Students Thrive
Education

Why Focusing On Adult Learning Builds A School Culture Where Students Thrive

When policymakers and school leaders talk about improving schools, much of the focus is on test scores, teaching strategies, curriculum and other services consumed directly by students. Often less attention is paid to the culture of adult learning in a school building, but maybe it’s time that changed. Harvard researchers have been studying the impact […]

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Order of Operations Worksheet with KEY FREE NO exponents or Negative Integers
Education

Resource Round-Up: Secondary Math and Science Edition (Vol. 6)

In this week’s resource round-up, we’re highlighting secondary math and science resources that will help your students practice complex processes in fun and creative ways. We’re featuring Sustainability Projects, Coloring Equation Activities, Table and graph resources, and so much more. Get ready to engage your students with these resources, half of which are FREE! Order […]

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Prosecution in China of student for tweets he posted while studying in U.S. raises free speech concerns
Education

Prosecution in China of student for tweets he posted while studying in U.S. raises free speech concerns

News that a University of Minnesota student was sentenced to six months’ imprisonment in China for tweets he posted while studying at Minnesota renewed concerns about whether Chinese students studying in the U.S. enjoy the same freedom as their non-Chinese classmates and signaled a seeming escalation of pressures on Chinese students' and scholars' speech. “This […]

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