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Each week, Executive Director Andrea Messina selects 5 things you should know from the week’s ed news. Read. Share. Retweet. Access this week’s FSBA Friday Five HERE
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FSBA #FridayFive – 5 Things You Should Know Read. Learn. Share. Retweet. Newly confirmed, Education Secretary DeVos calls for “common ground” How Google’s classroom platform is being used Voluntary Saturday school 7 trends in personalized learning Cutting edge trends in high schools
Final Senate vote on DeVos expected early next week “IT” is out, “DIGITAL COHESION” is in Art class or tech class? Why not both at the same time? Does using social media slang affect learning? Teacher quality report criticizes lax or absent use of student growth measures
FSBA #FridayFive – 5 Things You Should Know Read. Learn. Share. Retweet. DeVos confirmation postponed Does Florida need to do more for high achieving students? Can flexible seating arrangements increase student engagement? New ways to reduce absenteeism Start judging textbooks and other instructional materials by using student achievement
5 Things You Should Know. FSBA’s #FridayFive brings you education news that you shouldn’t miss. Read. Learn. Share. Sen. Lamar Alexander on “Supplement not Supplant” being dropped Your out of school suspension rate ought to be on your radar Virtual reality buoys elementary science curriculum Skateboarders illustrate physics to students Federal School Improvement Grants’ effectiveness…
5 Things You Should Know. Start 2017 off right. FSBA’s #FridayFive brings you education news that you shouldn’t miss. Read. Learn. Share. Quality County 2017 Report and Rankings Principal Autonomy program likely to get more specifics attached Know someone who should be on the Florida State Board of Education? What to expect in Congress this…