Source4Teachers Education Blog

presspage2Welcome to Source4Teachers’ education blog! Check back frequently to keep yourself up-to-date with the latest industry trends and company news. Here’s what you can expect:

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Education Politics, Education Trends

The Trump Administration's Early Impact on Education

If you value keeping up-to-date with what's going on in the world of education policy, you may be interested in an upcoming webinar hosted by Vanderbilt's Peabody College of Education and Human Development: Trump's First 100 Days and the Impact on Education. On Tuesday, March 28th at 9:00 am, a panel of Peabody researchers with wide-ranging expertise in education policy will discuss a...

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Education Trends

A Look at Women in Education: In Honor of International Women's Day - By Kendley Davenport

Yesterday was International Women’s Day. It received quite a bit of media coverage, as it should. In many areas in the country and in various ways, people participated in “A Day Without Women” to prove the important role women play in our daily lives – in business, in their communities, and at home.

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Education Trends

10 Transferable Skills of Substitute Teaching

It’s no secret that substitute teaching is a logical job choice for those seeking a career in education. But even if your long-term career goals fall outside the education realm, substitute teaching is still an excellent job option due to the wealth of transferable skills you will gain – skills that will give you an edge in both your professional and personal life!

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Education Trends

Potential Benefits of Bilingual Education

Bilingual education is a hot topic in modern education research. Traditional English Language Learning (ELL) programs once focused on hasty assimilation to "English-only" while some newer models teach full curriculum in two languages to all students from a young age. While approaches are widely debated, research does suggest certain benefits to bilingual education.

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