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PR Newswire | August 18, 2020
As individuals and families across the country make decisions about safely educating their children during the COVID-19 pandemic, professional educator, author, and homeschool expert Anne Crossman has launched a new platform, HomeschoolExpert.com, designed to equip and encourage parents and teachers to embrace high quality homeschooling as a viable and effective option. Simply said, Homeschool Expert is here to teach parents how to teach. Based on decades of extensive research and work wit...
Advance HE | August 21, 2020
Doug Parkin, Principal Adviser for Leadership and Management at Advance HE, introduces our member benefit theme for September 2020, Developing Sustainable Resilience in Higher Education. Never more relevant for colleagues working in higher education as we progress through the challenges, traumas and adversity brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic, this initiative will explore individual, team and organisational resilience. Details of the webinar and Twitter chat event that will be the key oppor...
educationdive | April 01, 2020
The U.S. Department of Education issued proposed rules for distance learning Wednesday, following a months-long rulemaking process last year. The proposal seeks to give schools more flexibility for providing online programs, such as by reducing some barriers to offering competency-based education and providing latitude for measuring the credit hour. However, some observers say the 30-day comment period on the rules doesn't give stakeholders enough time to adequately review and respond ...
Kelly Education | July 21, 2020
If some form of in-classroom learning resumes, the need for substitute teachers could spike. If this fall includes a return to full-on distance learning, the need for subs could plummet. MinnPost file photo by Bill KelleyUntil the state Department of Education delivers final back-to-school guidance later this month, schools won’t be able to firm up their substitute teacher needs. After more than three decades of reporting to duty at schools in Minnesota — as a teacher, a principal, a...
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