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  • ALSchoolConnect

    Infographic: A Closer Look at the NCLB Waivers. Alabama applied for a waiver on September 6. Here's the page where the request is housed: http://www.ed.gov/esea/flexibility/requests #familyengagement #teacher #school #parent #communication #publiceducation #ESEAflexibility

  • Amanda Fleck

    No Child Left Behind (NCLB) is an act passed by congress that requires states to develop assessments in basic skills in order to deliver an education that is fair to each student. These standards can be assessed by testing, report cards, etc. For example, the MCA's would be a way to assess student's basic skills.

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Teacher tenure is a time-honored practice in the education industry where a teacher can gain job security. However, with education reform in full force, eliminating teacher tenure is a popular recommendation as a way to remove ineffective teachers from the classroom.

Article talking about the importance of creativity in schools! It was interesting how many adults in the work force say that creativity is a learned "skill" as opposed to a personality trait or special talent of some!

History of Education Infographic by Boundless

Did you know there are more than 1.4 billion students on Earth? What about the fact that there are 56 million teachers in pre-k to high school worldwide? That and a few other useful statistics are all part of a new infographic you should check out. It presents a broad look at the current state of students and teachers in classrooms around the world.

Infographic: The History of Education and Technology #edtech - AmpliVox Sound Systems Blog

This infographic provides all sorts of information for the SAT's. It compares average scores in each category between 1972 and 2009. It also provides

Teach.com assembled an infographic highlighting the decline of STEM interest in the United States: