Virtual School Meanderings

June 29, 2011

Teacher Evaluation, Religion in Schools, and Science: New Spotlights from Education Week

Note the online learning one at the bottom.

Download essential news from Education Week in a convenient PDF. To view this email online click here. For mobile version click here.

New Spotlights Focus on Timely Issues
Get the information and perspective you need on the school issues you care about most with Education Week Spotlights. With essential news coverage, practical advice, useful infographics, and insightful Commentaries hand-picked by Education Week’s editors, Spotlights are a great way to get up to speed in a flash.

Check out our latest Spotlights:

Teacher Evaluation New for 2011! Explore the complicated issue of assessing teacher performance and efforts to improve teacher evaluation.
Religion in Schools Take a look at the growing debate about the role of religion in schools, including the teaching of evolution, religion in textbooks, and school choice.
Science Instruction Learn about innovative programs and research focusing on science instruction designed to help create the next generation of scientists.
For a limited time, try these Spotlights for FREE!
Title I Find out about research on Title I, how districts are turning around low-performing schools, the effectiveness of tutoring, and implementation challenges.
E-Learning Understand the role of school leaders in crafting students’ e-learning experiences in this newly updated Spotlight.

Other Spotlights our readers have recently found valuable:

These digital downloads put Education Week’s years of newsgathering experience at your fingertips in easy-to-read, easy-to-use publications. Available for $4.95, each Spotlight is a great value—offering numerous in-depth articles in one convenient PDF.

Editorial Projects in Education, Inc., 6935 Arlington Road, Suite 100, Bethesda, MD 20814. EPE is the publisher of Education Week, Digital Directions, Teacher Professional Development Sourcebook,,, and Copyright © 2011 Editorial Projects in Education.

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