Week of Nov. 21 in Teacher Ed News

| November 25, 2016

INTERNATIONAL
The Independent. The 11 best school systems in the world

NATIONAL
AACTE. Sign up for Action Alerts to advocate for #teacherprep

EducationWeek.
1) Get to Know Donald Trump’s Education Transition Team …make sure our nation’s institutions of higher education continue to be open to students from around the globe, Manning said.
2) Professional Reflections of a Mentor Teacher
3) School Choice Advocate Betsy DeVos Named Ed. Sec.: What Does That Mean?
4) Study Points to Need for Diversity Training in Teacher Prep
5) What’s Missing From the Discussion of Teacher Shortages? A Researcher Explains

Chalkbeat.
1) What a Betsy DeVos appointment would tell us about Trump’s education plans
2) My education career has focused on poor students of color. Why I’m rethinking that in the wake of Trump’s election [OpEd] … voters identified by exit polls as “white without a college degree” helped Donald Trump win the election
3) What you should know about Betsy DeVos, Trump’s education secretary pick — and what her choice might tell us about his plans

EdSource. New campaign promotes power of teachers to reduce stress of traumatized students

Hechinger Report. Trump names school-choice advocate DeVos to his cabinet, ushering in a new era in education [OpEd]

iTeachAZ. Preparing Teachers to Teach

Sleeter, C. (2016). A Critical Race Theory Look at Teacher education

TeachThought.Teachers, This Is What I Need From You

TimesFreePress. UTC works to better prepare future teachers

WashingtonPost. Trump terrifies public school advocates with education secretary pick Sen. Lamar Alexander: I also look forward to working with her on the upcoming reauthorization of the Higher Education Act

NEW YORK STATE
NYSED. Addressing Bullying, Harassment, Intimidation, and Discrimination in our Schools

NEW YORK CITY
Rebell, M. Upholding Students’ Rights in the Trump Era [TC Prof. Michael A. Rebell] … the primary purpose of public education is to prepare students to function productively as civic participants.