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LV Bank Recruitment 2019 – Apply Online Probationary Officers Posts

LV Bank Recruitment 2018 – Apply Probationary Officers Posts:Lakshmi Vilas Bank(LVB) invites application for the position of Probationary Officer vacancy.The Online Examination will be held … Read more The post LV Bank Recruitment 2019 – Apply Online Probationary Officers Posts appeared first on Govt Rail Jobs Notification 2018.

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EdNext Podcast: What Will the 2018 Midterm Election Results Mean for Education? – by Education Next

Charles Barone, the chief policy officer at Democrats for Education Reform and Education Reform Now, joins Education Next Editor-in-chief Marty West to discuss the results of the midterm election and what impact they might have on education policy. Barone recently wrote “Election 2018: The Voters Have Spoken” for EdNext. The EdNext Podcast is available on…

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How Computer Science Encourages Girls to Pursue STEM Careers

Five years ago, I sat in front of my computer with my 7-year-old daughter and completed the Hour of Code. She absolutely loved the idea of typing something and seeing animation as a result. This was the first time she was exposed to computer science and coding.

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Haryana Postal Circle GDS Recruitment 2018- Apply Online 438 GDS Posts

Haryana Postal Circle Jobs Recruitment 2018 – Apply Online for 438 GDSBPM Posts:Government of India, Indian Postal Department, Haryana Postal Circle has given a notification … Read more The post Haryana Postal Circle GDS Recruitment 2018- Apply Online 438 GDS Posts appeared first on Govt Rail Jobs Notification 2018.

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15 Fast Facts about the Swiss Apprenticeship Program

This morning, the U.S.

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21st-Century Education Policy Enters Its Afternoon Rerun Stage – by Frederick Hess

It’s good to be back. While I was on blog break, talking about my new Bush-Obama School Reform volume and reading the post-election education policy punditry, I was struck by something: 21st-century education policy has staggered into its afternoon rerun stage. This reference would’ve made intuitive sense a few years ago but may feel a…

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Remembering Two Education Reformers – by Chester E. Finn, Jr.

American education lost two great leaders last week with the passing of George H.W. Bush and Harold O. Levy. It’s likely they never even met, as they came from different worlds and moved through the education solar system on different orbits. They belonged to different political parties and hailed from different generations. Yet their contributions…

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Secretary DeVos Mourns the Loss of President George H.W. Bush

Washington, D.C.— U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos released the following statement on the passing of former President George H.W. Bush: “My heart and prayers are with the Bush family at this time of great loss. George H.W. Bush’s gentle approach called us to the greater good, and his strong example over the years inspired…

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The Education Exchange: Inside the U.S. Senate with Erica Suares, Advisor to Sen. Mitch McConnell – by Education Next

Erica Suares, Senior Policy Advisor to the Senate Majority Leader, Sen. Mitch McConnell, sits down with Paul E. Peterson to talk politics and policy. Follow The Education Exchange on Soundcloud, Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Stitcher or here on Education Next. — Education Next

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There’s a Reason Why Teachers Don’t Use the Software Provided By Their Districts – by Thomas Arnett

Earlier this month, education news outlets buzzed with a frustrating, yet unsurprising, headline: Most educational software licenses go unused in K-12 districts. The source of the headline is a recent report by Ryan Baker, director of the University of Pennsylvania’s Center for Learning Analytics. Baker analyzed data from BrightBytes, a K-12 data management company, on…

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