Survey: schools aren’t ready for online testing

(Baton Rouge – June 12, 2014) A large majority of teachers responding to a statewide survey say their schools don’t have the technology required for the online tests that are coming with the Common Core State Standards. They also say their students lack the computer skills necessary to succeed on the tests.

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Senate scrutinizes student loan servicers

Twelve-year teaching veteran Robert Geremia, a social studies teacher at Woodrow Wilson High School in Washington, D.C., who has attained the status of "highly effective teacher," told U.S. senators about how his financial life has been put on hold as a result of the loans he had to take to attend graduate school and better serve his students.

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Vote Joe Potts and Robert Lawyer for TRSL Board!

Two members of the Louisiana Federation of Teachers Executive Council – Joe Potts and Robert Lawyer - are running for election to seats on the Teachers’ Retirement System of Louisiana Board of Trustees. Ballots have been mailed to TRSL members, and the deadline to vote is 4:30 P.M. Friday, June 27.

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