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AAE Celebrates Charter Schools
posted by: Colin | May 04, 2010, 01:39 pm   

As well as being National Teacher Appreciation Week, May 2-8, 2010, is National Charter Schools Week. Read President Obama's proclamation here. Continue Reading...

 
AAE Appreciates Teachers, This Week and Always
posted by: Colin | May 03, 2010, 09:44 am   

This week our nation pays special attention to educators during National Teacher Appreciation Week, and, in particular, on National Teacher Appreciation Day, tomorrow, Tuesday May 4th. Students and parents are encouraged to recognize outstanding teachers. We here at AAE proudly celebrate teachers each and every day. Continue Reading...

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Politics Supersede Learning in NJ Schools
posted by: Steph | April 28, 2010, 11:55 am   

New Jersey high school students are learning about political activism firsthand this week as they staged walkouts to protest Gov. Chris Christie's proposed education budget cuts. Nearly 18,000 students signed up to participate in a Facebook event titled, "Protest NJ Education Cuts - State Wide School Walk Out." Michelle Ryan Lauto, an 18-year old college student, started the Facebook page in protest to Gov. Christie's proposed reduction of direct aid to over 600 school districts by as much as 5 percent of each district's operating budget. Continue Reading...

 
New Jersey Update: Voters Say No to School Budgets
posted by: Colin | April 22, 2010, 09:53 am   

With 58% of school district voters defeating their local budget, some are declaring at least a partial victory for Gov. Chris Christie (R-N.J.), including the governor himself who called the election a "watershed moment." Victory or not, New Jersey voters usually approve 70% of school district budgets and this year marks the most budgets defeated since 1976. Continue Reading...
 
Alternative Certification Programs Compete with Education Schools' Monopoly
posted by: Colin | April 21, 2010, 10:05 am   

Traditional education schools are under attack, reports The New York Times. Alternative paths to becoming a teacher, like Teach for America and the American Board for Certification of Teacher Excellence (the latter was not mentioned in the article), are becoming more popular, threatening the longtime monopoly the education schools have enjoyed. Continue Reading...

 
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