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April 15, 2017

CO ALAS 8th Annual Leadership Conference

Shaping an Inclusive World by Cultivating Pathways to Leadership. Register at www.co-alas.org

April 7, 2017

Teacher Story Slam

Join us for Indianapolis’ second Teacher Story Slam featuring true stories from educators told live. LIsten to funny, heartbreaking, and uplifting stories from classrooms in and around the Circle City. Doors open at 6:30, with storytelling from 7:00 to 9:00. Each half will feature four storytellers with a half-hour intermission. The slam is free and […]

April 6, 2017

MAEYC 2017 Early Childhood Advocacy Luncheon, Memphis

The Memphis Association for the Education of Young Children will have its 2017 Early Childhood Advocacy Luncheon at 11:30 a.m. Thursday, April 6 at the Memphis Jewish Community Center hosted by Director, Lindsey Chase. The guest speaker is Dr. Carol Brunson Day, an internationally recognized leader in the field of early childhood. There will be liver entertainment, food, […]

March 31, 2017

Bronx UFT College Fair

Attention High School Counselors & Parent Coordinators ! The Bronx United Federation of Teachers will host a borough-wide college fair for high school students and counselors. The purpose of this activitiy is to provide information about the various aspects for applying to college. ( i.e. admissions, financial aid, career & college readiness and ACT/SAT Test […]

March 31, 2017

Bronx UFT College Fair & Parent Conference

SAVE THE DATE ! BRONX UFT COLLEGE FAIR & PARENT CONFERENCE COLLEGE FAIR – FRIDAY, MARCH 31ST PARENT CONFERENCE – SATURDAY, APRIL 1ST 2500 Halsey St. Bronx, NY 10461 Time: 10:00am – 2:00pm The United Federation of Teachers will host a two-day College Fair & Parent Conference at the Bronx UFT Office. Registration to participate […]

March 25, 2017

Brooks Museum Teacher Focus Group, Memphis

Are you interested in helping the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art improve our offerings to teachers? The museum is hosting a focus group to gather feedback about teacher memberships and ideas for improving teacher programming. Teachers from all grade levels and subjects are welcome. Those who participate will receive a variety of Brooks giveaways and be […]

March 25, 2017

15th Annual Metro NY Charter School Career Fair

On Saturday, March 25, 2017, 60 public charter schools, most from the Metro NYC area, will be recruiting certified teachers, pupil services professionals, senior school administrators and nonprofit business managers at Teachers College, Columbia University. If you would like to build a career in a charter school organization, this event is for you. You will […]

March 25, 2017

CASPA Denver Metro Teacher Job Fair

CASPA is the Colorado Association of School Personnel Administrators. Members are human resource directors and other administrators who are responsible for hiring teachers for their respective school districts. Most major Colorado districts and many of the smaller districts will be represented. Larger districts will have more than one administrator to interview candidates. Districts from out […]

March 24, 2017

CASPA Southern Teacher Job Fair

CASPA is the Colorado Association of School Personnel Administrators. Members are human resource directors and other administrators who are responsible for hiring teachers for their respective school districts. Most major Colorado districts and many of the smaller districts will be represented. Larger districts will have more than one administrator to interview candidates. Districts from out […]

March 18, 2017

Charter School Teacher Job Fair

This is the largest teacher job fair in Colorado exclusively for charter schools and presents an excellent opportunity for schools and teaching candidates to participate in face-to-face interviews and discuss career opportunities. Teachers, counselors, administrators, and schools from Colorado and surrounding states will attend. Approximately 60 charter schools and as many as 500 teacher candidates […]

March 17, 2017

School Days

Please join Chalkbeat Detroit, The Secret Society Of Twisted StorytellersⓇ   and other Detroiters like you for  “School Days,” a curated, live storytelling event to tell the story of Detroit’s changing schools.     We are planning an inspirational night of performances designed to tell the history of Detroit schools through the voices of Detroiters most […]

March 11, 2017

Progressive Public and Charter School Job Fair for Teachers of Color

The 3rd annual NYC Progressive Public and Charter School Job Fair for Teachers of Color will take place on March 11th. Finding the right school can be hard – the goal of this job fair is to connect progressive educators of color with schools that share their educational beliefs, values, and goals.

March 4, 2017

NYC Meetup for Democracy

Join us in a daylong celebration of the diversity, inclusiveness and shared democratic values of this great city. Participate in workshops led by community-based organizations and groups who advocate on behalf of civil rights, arts, health and education for all New Yorkers. Come listen as our elected representatives explain your role and theirs in maintaining […]

March 4, 2017

School Job Fair at Vanguard Classical School

School Job Fair at Vanguard Classical School – focusing on teachers with an interest in Core Knowledge and/or Classical Education. Click here for more information: http://www.vanguardclassical.org/get_involved/school_job_fair_at_vanguard_classical_school

March 2, 2017

Pratt Presents Conversations on Creativity with Questlove: Creativity and Motivation featuring Baratunde Thurston

How we come to be ourselves is a mystery, but so is how we come to make things. What forces in society push us and compel us to push back as we create? What ideas and influences drive our desire to innovate? Questlove, producer, musician, designer, culinary entrepreneur, and New York Times best-selling author, will […]

March 2, 2017

NYC Charter School Career Fair: Brookyn/Queens/Staten Island

The Annual NYC Charter School Teacher Career Fair is sponsored by the NYC Special Education Collaborative in partnership with the New York City Charter School Center. This Career Fair is intended primarily for TEACHERS. Administrators and related service providers (counselors/social workers/speech providers) need not apply. REGISTER AT: CHARTERJOBS.NYC

March 1, 2017

NYC Charter School Teacher Career Fair: Manhattan/Bronx

The Annual NYC Charter School Teacher Career Fair is sponsored by the NYC Special Education Collaborative in partnership with the New York City Charter School Center. This Career Fair is intended primarily for TEACHERS. Administrators and related service providers (counselors/social workers/speech providers) need not apply. REGISTER AT: CHARTERJOBS.NYC

March 1, 2017

Lehman College Advancing Your Career in Education!

Learn about graduate degrees in Educational Leadership, Literacy, and advanced certificates in: Middle Childhood Extension, Grades 5-6; Bilingual Extension B-12; TESOL Advanced Certification; Advanced Certification in Science Education (for Candidates with Graduate Degree in Science) PLUS: Learn about Professional Development opportunities offered by the Lehman College STEM Teacher Network!!

February 28, 2017

2017 PASEsetter Awards Benefit

The annual PASEsetter Awards Benefit gathers more than 500 city leaders from government, business, education, advocacy, philanthropy, and youth development to honor five of New York City’s most innovative and effective community educators, as well as Afterschool Champions who have dedicated their expertise, knowledge, time, and values to improve the lives of the youth of […]

February 23, 2017

Master’s Degree and Professional Cert Programs at Hunter College

Learn more about the MA and Professional Certification programs available at Hunter College School of Education. This workshop is designed for teachers who hold Initial Certified in NY State. For a full list of Information Sessions at Hunter College visit www.hunter.cuny.edu/education Applications for Fall 2017 are due March 15th.

February 23, 2017

4th Annual Conference for Blended & Online Learning

Join more than 400 educators from around the nation to share, learn, network, and connect at the 4th Annual Conference for Blended & Online Learning (CBOL) from February 23-24, 2017, hosted by the Denver West Marriott in Golden, CO. The event, sponsored by iLearn Collaborative (iLC), brings education leaders together to explore hot topics in […]

February 23, 2017

2017 Colorado Charter Schools Conference

The Colorado Charter Schools Conference is one of the most comprehensive professional development opportunities for new and veteran charter public school staff, boards, administrators and teachers. After attending the Conference, you will feel: -Able to leap tall building in a single bound thanks to knowledge from over 60 breakout sessions. -More powerful than a locomotive […]

February 22, 2017

Know the School (Before You Teach There)

Learn how to quickly evaluate whether a school is the right employer for you (e.g., culture, leadership, fellow teachers). Tactics and ‘culture hacks’ will be shared — for new and experienced teachers alike! **Featured Speaker**: Sean Larry Stevens, NYC/NJ School Leader, former NYC Assistant Principal & Founding Teacher. RSVP (free): https://right-school-for-teaching-career.eventbrite.com/?aff=chalkbeat Co-hosted by Selected (www.getselected.co), […]

February 21, 2017

Shelby County Schools General Volunteer Orientation, Memphis

Shelby County Schools will host several sessions to provide a general overview of volunteering with the district including a review of policies and procedures, training new and returning volunteers and sharing tips on building partnerships with schools. Orientation for Team Read, a tutoring and reading volunteer program, will also be included.

February 21, 2017

NYS ELA & Math Test Prep Crash Course

Your child can spend their Midwinter/Spring recess break getting ready for the English Language Arts and Math exam. Students will take mock exams modeled after the NYS State Exams and review in depth with a qualified test prep instructor. For more information about our crash course please visit http://bit.ly/2iHOzyq

February 20, 2017

Schools with lots of transfer students say A-F labels don’t fit

The proposal would give schools a second A-F grade based just on the scores of students who have attended for at least a year.

February 20, 2017

Lawmakers want to allow appeals before low-rated private schools lose vouchers

Indiana House lawmakers signaled support today for a plan to loosen restrictions for private schools accepting state voucher dollars.

February 18, 2017

‘Receive mode’? The D.C. school DeVos visited responded to her criticism with a withering tweetstorm

“JA teachers are not in a ‘receive mode,'” the school tweeted. “Unless you mean we ‘receive’ students at a 2nd grade level and move them to an 8th grade level.”

February 17, 2017

Shelby County Schools General Volunteer Orientation, Memphis

Shelby County Schools will host several sessions to provide a general overview of volunteering with the district including a review of policies and procedures, training new and returning volunteers and sharing tips on building partnerships with schools. Orientation for Team Read, a tutoring and reading volunteer program, will also be included.

February 17, 2017

Corporate leader tapped to handle facilities, business for Memphis schools

Beth Phalen fills a vacancy open since mid-2015 and rounds out Superintendent Dorsey Hopson’s leadership team.

February 17, 2017

New York state charges forward with its ‘My Brother’s Keeper’ initiative

New York state’s top education leaders convened in Albany Friday to tackle this question: How can the state raise educational achievement for boys and young men of color?

February 17, 2017

Here are the 25 districts committing to taking TNReady online this spring

One year after Tennessee’s first attempt at online testing fizzled, almost a fifth of Tennessee school districts have signed up to try again.

February 17, 2017

This Harlem school has one of the highest dropout rates in New York City. Meet the principal working to turn it around.

Twenty-eight percent of the ninth-graders who started in 2012 dropped out at some point during their high school careers.

February 17, 2017

When the class is off-task, this fourth-grade teacher knows it’s probably time for Justin Timberlake

A fourth grade teacher from Colorado’s East Grand School District shares her tips for building strong relationships with students.

February 17, 2017

9 things you should know about Detroit education this week

As dozens of Detroit schools are threatened with closure in June, politics poisoned a $700,000 tool that could have helped displaced students apply to new schools. Even as school boards in Kalamazoo and Saginaw joined Detroit in taking steps to sue the state over school closings, one of Gov. Rick Snyder’s key advisors said there […]

February 17, 2017

Secretary Betsy DeVos on first school visit: ‘Teachers are waiting to be told what they have to do’

DeVos was quick to offer her ideas about why teachers struggle.

February 17, 2017

Rise & Shine: Analyzing Gorsuch’s record on education

‘SAFE AND WELCOMING’ The Denver school board passed a resolution pledging to uphold and protect the constitutional rights of immigrant students. Chalkbeat Colorado, CPR, 9News, AP via The Gazette STANDING UNITED At Colorado schools, students, teachers and staff took a stand on a “Day Without an Immigrant” through absence, silence and learning. Chalkbeat Colorado, Denverite, […]

February 17, 2017

Are We Asking the Right Questions About Equity?

A FREE Conference for Educators! Featuring Keynote: Dr. Yemi Stembridge, Literacy Expert: Dr. Charles Dana Hall, ELA and Newcomer Expert: Louise Kreuzer-Yaafouri and Leadership Coach: Cindy Ward

February 17, 2017

Who’s who in Indiana education: Sen. Dennis Kruse

Kruse has served as Senate Education Committee chairman for eight years.

February 17, 2017

Rise & Shine: Why some Tennessee students skipped school for ‘A Day Without Immigrants’

NATIONAL PROTEST Hundreds of students across Tennessee join “A Day Without Immigrants,” a nationwide boycott organized in response to President Trump’s crackdown on immigration. Chalkbeat, The Tennessean, Chattanooga Times Free Press FURTHER REVIEW Education Commissioner Candice McQueen now says more Tennessee high school graduates are fulfilling the state’s requirements than originally thought by her department. Chalkbeat, The […]

February 17, 2017

Rise & Shine: Senators back plan to have the state take over Gary Schools finances

7 things you should know about Indiana education ESAs DIE IN COMMITTEE: A bill proposing education savings accounts for students with special needs — giving parents unprecedented control over state education dollars — died in committee this week. Read more from Chalkbeat. SUPPORT FOR TEACHERS: Indianapolis Public Schools is experimenting with a new approach to teaching […]

February 17, 2017

Rise & Shine: Parents blast Harlem co-location proposal

SCHOOL DRAMA Parents at Harlem’s P.S. 36 said their school languished until its space became necessary for a wealthier, whiter school community. Chalkbeat, DNAinfo  EDUCATION NOT DEPORTATION Students at Brooklyn’s Park Slope high school were among those who protested during “A Day Without Immigrants.” New York Daily News, New York Times BOOKS BOOKS BOOKS The city is […]

February 16, 2017

Silence, empty seats and solidarity in Colorado schools for a “Day Without Immigrants”

Attendance was down at many schools across Colorado as communities took part in a nationwide protest called a “Day Without Immigrants” Thursday.

February 16, 2017

McQueen defends graduation statistic, acknowledges missteps in communication

Tennessee’s education commissioner reports now that 22 percent of graduates, not 33 percent as originally thought, did not meet state requirements.

February 16, 2017

‘It’s not a solution’: How a Harlem co-location proposal is highlighting disparities between two schools

Parents blasted a co-location proposal and accused the department of letting P.S. 36 languish until its space became needed by a wealthier, whiter school community.

February 16, 2017

How Denver Public Schools is assuring immigrant families that their children are safe in city schools

As fears spread in immigrant communities about enforcement crackdowns, Denver Public Schools officials took extra steps Thursday to assure families that the district will protect students’ constitutional rights. The school board unanimously approved a resolution Thursday night affirming DPS’s approach to doing everything “in its lawful power” to protect students’ confidential information and ensure “students’ learning […]

February 16, 2017

Why some Tennessee students skipped school for ‘A Day Without Immigrants’

The boycott was felt in numerous schools in Memphis and Nashville, which have growing populations of immigrant students.

February 16, 2017

Hidden in Plain Sight: Lessons for Mathematics Education Seen Through A Storytelling Lens

Teachers College, Columbia University presents the 4th Annual Edmund W. Gordon Lecture, Hidden in Plain Sight: Lessons for Mathematics Education Seen Through A Storytelling Lens, to be delivered by Professor Erica N. Walker. Referencing the hit film, “Hidden Figures,” the story of a team of African-American women mathematicians who served vital roles at NASA during […]

February 16, 2017

Indianapolis is experimenting with a new kind of teacher — and it’s transforming this school

School 107 is one of six district schools piloting a program that allows principals to pay experienced teachers as much as $18,000 extra each year.

February 16, 2017

Senate plan to expand parents’ access to state education dollars dies in committee

The Senate bill was one of two such plans winding its way through the 2017 Indiana General Assembly.

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