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5-11-18 Education in the News
NJ Spotlight--Putting Acting Commissioner Repolletís Staff Picks in Perspective As he names assistant commissioners, Repollet draws both on newcomers and on department veterans...'

Education Week--The Teachers Are Winning. What Does It Mean for the Profession? The extraordinary wave of teacher strikes highlights these crucial but often forgotten facts: In number, teachers are the largest profession in the United States. And collectively, they have the power to demand and win changes to funding and salaries. It's a stark reminder in an era characterized by diminishing labor influence. And yet political scientists, researchers, and labor-watchers say it's tough to predict how teachers' reawakened activism will continue to evolve...'

NJ Spotlight--Putting Acting Commissioner Repolletís Staff Picks in Perspective

As he names assistant commissioners, Repollet draws both on newcomers and on department veterans

After a bumpy start, acting state Education Commissioner Lamont Repollet is completing his senior staff with a mix of department veterans and newcomers.

http://www.njspotlight.com/stories/18/05/10/putting-acting-commissioner-repollet-s-staff-picks-in-perspective/

John Mooney | May 11, 2018

Education Week--The Teachers Are Winning. What Does It Mean for the Profession?

The extraordinary wave of teacher strikes highlights these crucial but often forgotten facts: In number, teachers are the largest profession in the United States. And collectively, they have the power to demand and win changes to funding and salaries.

It's a stark reminder in an era characterized by diminishing labor influence. And yet political scientists, researchers, and labor-watchers say it's tough to predict how teachers' reawakened activism will continue to evolve.

https://www.edweek.org/ew/articles/2018/05/09/the-teachers-are-winning-what-does-it.html

Stephen Sawchuk| May 7, 2018


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