Posted May 26, 2010 in California Educator
Ways to evaluate online curriculum
Whether purchased or for free, it’s not always easy to differentiate good online materials from mediocre. Glowing reviews may be accurate — or could be biased.
“It’s important to have...
Posted May 16, 2012 in the Blog
Panel Discusses Implementation of GLBT Curriculum, as Californians Celebrate Harvey Milk Day
Stuart Milk (l.), the nephew of slain San Francisco Supervisor and Civil Rights Activist Harvey Milk, talk...
Posted December 09, 2013 in Site Pages
Principles that Unite Us
We are parents and caregivers, students and community members. We are educators and school staff. We have come together around a common commitment to public education. We believe that the only way to...
Posted September 04, 2013 in the News
FUSD to train in new Common Core State Standards
Big changes are coming to California classrooms as schools begin to launch the new Common Core curriculum, and the standards will change how every student is educated.
Posted July 03, 2013 in Site Pages
A Deeper Look at Exemplary Leadership
This report is the first in a series of five publications focused on the Quality Education Investment Act (QEIA) of 2006.
Posted December 20, 2011 in Site Pages
English Learner Support.
Posted April 30, 2013 in Site Pages
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Posted December 14, 2011 in Site Pages
Connecting Assessment Data to Instructional Planning
The student data from the STAR program and other assessments help answer the question: "What can I do next to improve instruction?" Here are five steps that teachers can take as individuals or in self-selected...
Posted December 12, 2011 in Events
Good Teaching Conference
CTA’s Good Teaching Conferences are designed to support excellent teaching and learning practices for classroom teachers. Offering a variety of diverse workshops in curriculum content areas for...
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