Did you ever have a teacher that really stood out and you wished you could go back and tell them thank you for the knowledge and guidance they gave you? I've had a few of those in my life, some elementary, some high school and even one from college. I recently ran into one of my favorite high school English teachers and was able to actually tell her 'thank you'.
Teachers and administrators in Atlanta, Georgia are turning themselves in for cheating and it could mean prosecution; not just a trip to the principals office. A total of 35 former educators and administrators are in trouble for falsifying and altering answers on students standardized test scores.
So your kids are back in school, which is great for you, considering you now have some peace and quiet around the house. You've bought them new pens and notebooks, and sent them on their way. Here's hoping that this year is a great one!
You're sure your kids will excel in school this year, and the best way to make sure that'll happen is by attending Parent-Teacher Night. Unfortunately, this is ext
For as long as I can remember I've been a member of the Teach Tribute Prize Patrol and on Tuesday our local the Prize Patrol visited a couple of schools in Abilene, one was Austin Elementary and the other is Wylie Jr. High. We had one goal in mind, to bring attention to the outstanding efforts and teaching abilities of two teachers that several students wrote in about. Ms. Moser teaches at Austin
At the Save Our Schools Million Teacher March in Washington DC on July 30th, actor Matt Damon was grilled on his feelings about public school educators. Damon, who attended public school in Boston as a youth and whose own mother is a public school teacher, made some impassioned remarks in defense of teachers.