The Week That Was: GOOD Education
The Week That Was.
The illegal immigration debate landed smack in the middle of an elementary school classroom. Watch as a second grader grills the First Lady about her mother's immigration status.
As it concerns school lunch, ground beef is safe. Pesticides are not.
wrote about a university taking attendance with RFID chips and why merit pay for teachers won't work.
Randy Friedland, a teacher in Atlanta, wrote about the surprising lesson he learned by teaching his kids about genocide.
Karen Proctor of Scholastic wrote about how companies can better resond to disaster.
wrote about preventing violence by teaching literacy.
schooled us in service-learning: a how-to.
, the Pepsi Fresh Project's education ambassador, offered six steps to stop bullying.
And finally, for his weekly Mind the Gap series, Brendan Lowe offered his critique of Teach for America.
Photo via the White House's Flickr Photostream.