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Happy Friday to all Our Followers & Supporters!
If you joined us in Washington DC last night for A Celebration of 10 Years of Student Voices about Digital Learning, thank you! We had a great time celebrating with you, and we look forward to many more years of Speak Up to come!
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For today’s Fun Fact Friday, we have a study for you concerning a longitudinal study of beginning teachers from the National Center for Education Statistics.
Nation-wide, there is a shortage of teachers, and more and more teachers are reaching retirement age. Project Tomorrow’s YouthTEACH2Learn program and the Future Educators Association of California work towards preparing the next great generation of teachers.
Read the study here, and be sure to let us know what you think!
Have a great weekend.
-The Project Tomorrow team
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2. Q & A-Back to School with Secretary of Education Arne Duncan: Read it here!
3. MOOCs, MOOCs, MOOCs! Read it here!
4. Flipped Classrooms – Fit to Flourish! Read it here!
5. Superintendents Who Take to Twitter! Read it here!
6. Blended Learning or Classroom Training? Read it here!
7. How Businesses can Benefit from the “Flipped Classroom” Model: Read it here!
8. Guides for Educators & Administrators Regarding the College Class of 2017! Read it here!
9. The New Teacher Project: Read it here!
10. What Teacher Leadership Looks Like: Read it here!
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Middle school science students across the state of California
seem to be overwhelmingly uninterested in the subject of science.