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There seems to be an aversion to the idea of standardization in education. But standardization can allow teachers to have the time and freedom to meet individual needs when those needs vary from the majority.
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- We are pleased to welcome Lillian Lowery and @teachforamerica's Ted Quinn to the Carnegie Foundation Board. http://t.co/SAv06I1a1O
- Ed "inclusion could be accelerated by the promotion of innovation through improvement networks." via @FernandoReimers http://t.co/8fmkqzn33D
- Learn how the 4 national 2014 U.S. Professors of the Year award winners make their classes stand out. http://t.co/iFWXDLgxT4 via @chronicle