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September 2013

Aleta Margolis expert panelist for “Innovations in Education”

On September 25, Inspired Teaching's Executive Director, Aleta Margolis, served as an expert panelist for "Innovations in Education," a discussion of what the public and private sectors are doing to realize systemic change in education, with a special emphasis on how they are preparing and empowering teachers to improve STEM and arts education in schools.

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Welcome 2013 Inspired Teaching Fellows

On September 12, Inspired Teaching hosted a reception to welcome the 2013 Inspired Teaching Fellows and recognize our corporate partners.

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Connecting the Dots Between Policy and Practice

In this post, Inspired Teaching's Executive Director, Aleta Margolis, asks if we're ready to do what it takes to support our nation's teachers and successfully implement the Common Core State Standards.

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Teachers at the Center of Common Core Implementation

From The Bridgespan Group, guest bloggers Amy Coe Rodde and Lija McHugh describe their recently published study examining how three exemplars - including Center for Inspired Teaching - are using the Common Core State Standards to change the daily work of teachers and students.

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Choosing to teach? Make a long-term commitment.

Monisha Karnani, Inspired Teaching's Director of Teacher Preparation Initiatives, on the critical importance of selecting, preparing, and engaging teaching candidates so they can build the sustainable careers that best support our students.

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