posted on January 3, 2013 at 12:00 AM
More than two years after stepping down as chancellor of Washington, D.C's public schools, Michelle Rhee remains one of the most controversial education reformers in the nation. In Washington, Rhee's style helped turn around a struggling district, but her decision to close schools and fire hundreds of teachers and principals also sparked a backlash.
Rhee has since taken her reform agenda nationally, yet supporters and critics alike continue...
posted on October 18, 2012 at 9:07 AM
Teachers, do you need material about the elections? Explore our collection of classroom-ready content to help your students become more civically aware. Check out the variety of content available concerning the election. Whether it is the PBS LearningMedia Election 2012 collection, interactive maps, news stories from PBS NEWSHOUR or rarely seen artifacts of the candidates lives from FRONTLINE, we hope you’ll find something to...
posted on July 2, 2012 at 12:00 AM
Recently, IPTV Education attended the Keystone AEA Technology Integration for Classrooms (TIC) Conference at Upper Iowa University in Fayette. It was a great conference, and it was equally amazing to see so many teachers doing such good in their classrooms.
Technology, cell phones, and computers are all commonplace in today's world. Go to any office, coffee shop, or even a grocery store, and you will undoubtedly see people who are...