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  1. James Gee’s new book proposes “a framework for becoming human”

    ... of Education. If you’re interested in learning more about literacy, explore the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College Master of Arts ... learning:   The learner emotionally cares about the outcome of the action in the sense that something meaningful is at ...

  2. California bilingual education could be a game changer

    ... learning and dual-language learning are not just about language proficiency, but expanding the ability of non-English speakers ... in dual-language classrooms have the opportunity to learn about math and science in both languages.  This supports students who are ...

  3. Hyejin Park

    ... disabilities, (b) the impact of parent-child shared reading about disabilities on their attitude scores, and (c) the themes that emerge from parent-child conversations when they read books about disabilities. She and her colleagues identified measurement models for ...

  4. Silver anniversary for a gold-standard open-access education journal

    ... Does Teacher Preparation Matter? Evidence about teacher certification, Teach For America and teacher effectiveness ...

  5. ASU helps examine how to measure educational quality

    ... in Global Education at ASU earlier this year. She talked about the center’s mission and the upcoming event. Question: How ... were incredibly qualified. I later realized it was more about power dynamics globally that designate some people as experts, displacing ...

  6. Nearly 2,300 ASU grads flourish thanks to Obama Scholars program

    ... average is 3.5. The average household income is about $21,000, and nearly half are first-generation college goers. Nearly three-quarters are students of color. About 45 percent are pursuing degrees in science, technology, engineering or ...

  7. “Criminal” past inspires generosity

    ... of a fierce, stereotypical old criminal. The mascot came about after the high school was temporarily housed in the former Yuma ... of giving back.  “It’s a big city now – a city of about 100,000 people, with more than 250,000 in the area, plus an estimated ...

  8. Idiocy for all and the rise of international large scale educational assessments

    ... student achievement.  When reading major publications about the latest results of one of the many ILSEAs — research articles, ... However, there is little consensus among stakeholders about the policy value and relevance of ILSEAs. In particular, are the results ...

  9. DriveTime meets the needs of America Reads

    ... Engine that unites partners in the community to bring about change in education. It’s a mission similar to DriveTime Charities’. ... our community,” Burnett says. “We like to be creative about it, because we’ve found there’s a lot we can do.” Burnett and ...

  10. America Reads honored for dedication to students and the community

    ... - 10:30   America Reads isn’t just about getting a job in order to help pay for necessities while being a student. It’s about gaining skills and giving back.  ASU America Reads is an after-school ...

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