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Navigating the Murky Waters of Reciprocity
posted by: Garry | June 10, 2015, 02:57 pm   

There was a time when educators could count on being granted their license and then spending the rest of their career in a single state, district, or even school.  More and more often this is no longer the case.  As the economy changes, the teaching force continues to evolve.  This is amplified by the fact that the distribution of teachers is not even across the country.  While many communities, mostly urban, are experiencing shortages of teachers, others have a surplus.  Teachers in areas with a surplus may well move to an area with a shortage, gain experience, and then apply in their desired state once they are more established.


Five Great Ways to Spend Your Summer as an Educator
posted by: Garry | May 13, 2015, 05:18 pm   

Although it may be hard to believe, we’re fast approaching the end of the school year. In most districts, testing is well underway if not complete. For many of us there’s only a few weeks left to wrap up the year before the two months of reflection, planning, and downtime begin.   How you spend those months can have a great influence on what happens the upcoming year.  Here are our suggestions for relaxing, productive summer break:


Educators Share Their Stories in Honor of National Teacher Appreciation Week!
posted by: Garry | May 11, 2015, 07:50 pm   

Last week, AAE asked teachers to give us their favorite teacher stories. Many of our members became educators because of a teacher’s impact in their own lives. As we wrap up another great Teacher Appreciation Week 2015, we want to share some of those stories with you!


Tell KANAAE Your Amazing Teacher Story!
posted by: Garry | May 04, 2015, 02:34 pm   



With Teacher Appreciation Week in full swing, KANAAE would like to say THANKS to all the teachers out there who not only taught us our ABCs and 123s, but who also taught us to overcome obstacles in life, who encouraged us to follow our dreams, and who saw the true potential in us that others didn’t.


The Bill Formerly Known as No Child Left Behind: Where Are We Now?
posted by: Garry | April 24, 2015, 10:47 am   

The reauthorization of No Child Left Behind is making big waves among policymakers, journalists, and educators who are eager to see improvements to a policy that for years has left many educators in a teaching gridlock.


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