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LATEST BLOG POSTS
January 26, 2015
Effectively engaging parents and community members is a challenge for many schools, but it's one that Robert J. O’Brien STEM Academy in East Hartford is eager to take on. Thanks...
January 23, 2015
Valentine’s Day is more than a good excuse for eating chocolate. Here are 11 lesson ideas and fun projects to use with students, or your own children or grandchildren, compiled by retired middle school teacher Phil Nast for NEA. Valentine’s Day worksheets and coloring pages Coloring pages, Valentine-theme math pages, stationery, word searches. (Grades K-3) Valentine […]
LOCAL AND NATIONAL HEADLINES
January 19 - CT Post
The city school district needs $7 million more in 2015-16 just to keep things running as they are, according to a budget plan developed by interim Schools Superintendent Fran Rabinowitz.
January 17 - Greenwich Time
Ninety-eight percent of non-tenured teachers and 99 percent of tenured teachers met or exceeded expectations based on classroom observations, according to a new district report.
January 9 - Education Week
The Republican-led U.S. House of Representatives has approved legislation that attempts to alter a provision in the federal health-care law that critics say harms school districts, but the measure has drawn the scorn of the nation's two major teachers' unions.