“School leaders have more power than they think.” Rick Hess talks about breaking through the “culture of can’t,” or the idea that something can’t be done because it hasn’t been done before, in schools. (Education Next)
Learning in more ways than one. A district-museum partnership in California melds English instruction with science lessons to give English-language learners exposure to the language in an authentic, engaging way. (Education Week)
3.24. The average grade point average for students entering teacher preparation programs, according to a new report. (American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education)
“It felt like I went to study abroad because it was so culturally different.” Said by Katie Couric or Tina Fey? Find out here, where they exchange their (very different) University of Virginia experiences. (YouTube, h/t Washington Post)
Mimi Karabulut, ES communications intern, contributed to this post.