Policy & Compliance

Articles: Policy & Compliance

Students at Columbia Public Schools in Missouri have had their social media traffic monitored for the last few years.
4/17/2015
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.
3/13/2015
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.
2/23/2015
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.
2/20/2015
Sharon P. Robinson
Federal regulations prove troubling for teacher preparation programs

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