Murfreesboro City Schools Director Earns Third MTSU Education Degree – rutherfordsource.com

For MTSU alumnus Trey Duke, education was a calling. From his first MTSU degree in education in 2003, his recent appointment to director of Murfreesboro City Schools and on to receiving his doctorate in May from his alma mater, Duke has valued education both as a professional and as a lifelong learner. “I knew I wanted to teach …

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Lawmakers, Advocates Hope New Superintendent Will Invigorate State Education Agency – Maryland Matters – Josh Kurtz

Mohammed Choudhury was named Thursday as the incoming Maryland state superintendent of schools. Choudhury is currently the associate superintendent of strategy, talent, and innovation at the San Antonio Independent School District in Texas. Maryland State Department of Education photo. Maryland lawmakers and education leaders say they are looking forward to a reinvigoration of the state’s …

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The Observer view on the cost of scrimping on education spending

Sometimes, a single decision reveals a multitude of failings and so it was with the government’s announcement last week that it would be making just £1.4bn of education catch-up funding available. This is less than a tenth of what was recommended by Sir Kevan Collins, the education recovery “tsar”, and a fraction of what some …

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Labour has vowed to force a vote over the government’s “totally insufficient” plans to help pupils catch up on learning lost during the pandemic, as Tory MPs demand an urgent rethink of the programme. Senior Tories are calling for a wider programme that could include trials of a longer school day and extended physical education …

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Johnson’s paltry education package risks scarring a generation

It’s a pledge that we’ve heard repeatedly. Since lockdowns were enforced and schools first shut their gates, the government has made promises to the nation to prioritise education recovery for young people. The need to help them regain lost learning is palpable, with pupils said to be on average between two and three months behind …

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