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  • Benefits of classified-to-teacher program already felt

    (Calif.) Eighty-five percent of classified employees at Davis Unified that applied for a state-funded teacher preparation program in 2016 have completed their certification and are already teaching in the classroom.

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  • Happy Holidays from Cabinet Report

    Cabinet Report will be closed for the Thanksgiving holiday. We will resume regular service on Monday, Nov. 27.

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  • Social-emotional exercises important for teachers too

    (Va.) Teacher participation in mindfulness-based exercises can reduce burnout among educators as well as turnover rates which can negatively impact student performance in the classroom, according to new research from the University of Virginia.

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  • Teacher turnover remains high in low-income districts

    (District of Columbia) Although teacher turnover has been an issue for districts throughout the United States in recent years, schools in high poverty neighborhoods and those that serve predominantly minority students continue to fare much worse, according to a report from the Learning Policy Institute.

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  • The Fitbit goes to gym class

    (Neb.) Just as activity trackers have become a potent salve for lethargic baby-boomers, the gen-Xers and millennials—the wearable exercise devices are changing the outlook for sedentary children in generation Z too at least at one school district in Lincoln.

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