Policy & Compliance

Articles: Policy & Compliance

Students at Columbia Public Schools in Missouri have had their social media traffic monitored for the last few years.
Matt Zalaznick
While there’s probably no criminal liability, comprehensive monitoring could put schools in difficult positions
The Kansas Coaching Project studies how instructional coaches improve academic outcomes.
Alison DeNisco
Many districts that cut coaches during recession now bringing them back
NCTM presenter Skip Fennell, who is also a McDaniel College education professor, plays a math game with a teacher from Little River Elementary School in South Riding, Virginia, and a teacher from Mount Airy Elementary School in Maryland.
Jessica Terrell
Upcoming NCTM conference highlights conceptual understanding and debate
Sharon P. Robinson is president and CEO of the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education.
Sharon P. Robinson
Federal regulations prove troubling for teacher preparation programs

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