Around the Edu-Horn, June 17, 2013

Graduates from low-performing D.C. schools face tough college road via

Arne Duncan Calls Slow School Internet ‘Morally Unacceptable’ – via
RT @sgermeraad OH’s most effective teachers get results by setting high standards for all kids, motivating them & making class fun
RT @KnowledgeAll Spurred By Lawsuit, Fla. Tweaks Teacher-Evaluation Requirements via

Around the Edu-horn — August 15, 2012

Some of today’s top edu-Tweets from @Eduflack:

RT : Our lowest-performing schools deserve attention, but we need solution that benefits all kids:  
Education Issues To Be Highlighted By College Board Installation Near Wall Street  via 

Around the Edu-horn — August 14, 2012

A few of today’s top edu-Tweets from @Eduflack:

U-Va. questioned Lady Gaga class  (But where was the Spice Girls class when I was there?)

Around the Edu-horn — August 13, 2012

Some of today’s top edu-Tweets from @Eduflack:

Some Ohio schools introduce blended learning (from )

Politics K-12: $400 Million Race to Top Contest for Districts Starts Now  via 
Virginia to require an online course for high school graduation – 

Around the Edu-horn — August 7, 2012

Some of today’s top edu-Tweets from @Eduflack:

9 ways the common core changes teaching  (from)

On  notes that Chris Christie is a top GOP VP choice because he passed teacher tenure reform in NJ.

Around the Edu-horn — August 6, 2012

Some of the day’s top edu-Tweets from @Eduflack:

I can’t read my watch. Algebra is to blame. 

Around the Edu-horn — August 3, 2012

Today’s top edu-Tweets from @Eduflack:

Mich. redesigns school-rating system  (from )

Check out Newark, N.J., Mayor  remarks for Stanford’s Commencement 2012