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News Archive: April 2013

Project KNOTtT transitions to mNET

Having just completed its fifth year, Project KNOTtT (Kansas, Nevada, Ohio and Texas Transition to Teaching) began its transition to Project mNET (Mobilizing National Educator Talent) at its annual training in Cambridge, Mass., August 3–5, 2012. mNET continues the work of KNOTtT and adds a school leader component to the package. mNET is committed to recruit, train, support and retain 1,111 teachers over the remaining four years of the grant.

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The Costly Curriculum What Errors

How do you determine what will be taught in your education and/or training programs?  Is there a big gap between what is offered learners in the classroom/lab and what is going on in the real world of work?  Many have estimated the learning gap to be 40% or higher in some programs.  Regardless of your setting — school, college, business, industry or government agency — determining what skills, knowledge and worker behaviors will be taught is very serious business.