Pushy parents are sending increasingly aggressive “how dare you” emails to schools, a teaching union boss has said. The rise in school communication apps such as ClassDojo has led to parents bombarding
Artificial intelligence immensely helps to accentuate the growth and development index, it utilizes data models (as part of primary and secondary data sources) and makes decisions based on the input data
Many say poor behaviour is making them want to leave the profession, NASUWT finds One in four teachers in the UK say they experience physical violence from their pupils at least once a week, and many poor
Among the prominent individuals and organizations working to improve U.S. public education a split has emerged. Some are focused on pumping additional money into the system, whereas others emphasize reforms
Inmates are among the least-educated people in America. That's despite research that shows education is one of the most effective ways to keep people from coming back to prison. Now, there's renewed interest
The Washington Post - Russlynn Ali, former assistant secretary for civil rights at the U.S. Department of Education, currently serves as managing director of education at the Emerson Collective and CEO of XQ Institute. Russlynn's professional background also includes experience as a teacher, attorney, liaison for the president of the Children's Defense Fund, assistant director of policy and research at the Broad Foundation and chief of staff to the president of the Los Angeles Unified School District's Board of Education.
Transformers: Education Technological change, new ideas about teaching and learning, evolving workforce needs and an increasingly interconnected world are driving transformative change in the education
The college-admissions scandal—in which fifty people have been indicted for scheming to get the children of wealthy parents into top schools—makes for perfect cocktail chatter. It involves a couple of