Adult-child conversations strengthen language regions of developing brain is from Science Daily.
In Minn., a Push to Build Parents’ Confidence in Native American Ed. is from Ed Week.
— Teaching Channel (@TeachingChannel) August 17, 2018
Tonight was my 7th Open House! Instead of going over my syllabus (like years passed), I asked parents in each period to write their child a message of encouragement. I'll hand these to each student when they need to see it most 💚
(ps now I'm crying, these notes are everything) pic.twitter.com/lxOiBNjHAh
— Alicia Johal (@AliciaJohal) August 17, 2018
Poverty and unequal educational opportunity have forever been an ugly tangle in the American tapestry. @profedley and I write about how community schools can help us reweave democracy in a new @LPI_Learning blog. https://t.co/5mI957ljeL
— LindaDarling-Hammond (@LDH_ed) August 16, 2018
Learn about WestEd's Academic Parent-Teacher Teams, check out science & literacy resources, and more in the latest WestEd E-Bulletin. #edchat #backtoschool #education https://t.co/wTK9DEaP1d @ReadApprentice @CST_WestEd@MSS_WestEd pic.twitter.com/UPXrQ8vtyv
— WestEd (@WestEd) August 13, 2018
— edublogs (@edublogs) August 8, 2018
Parents can get swamped by buzzwords and jargon when they try to ask about schooling. Here are 10 queries designed to elicit more useful answers. Via @forbes. https://t.co/JQGZYIdjPm @JGunlock @MichaelPetrilli @Eduflack @aejochim @smarick @natmalkus @MatthewAKraft
— Frederick M. Hess (@rickhess99) August 13, 2018