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Common Core Close Connections
In 2013, she was also on hand to brief education publishers about Common Core.
Of course, in the Common Core world, people labeled experts wear a lot of hats. In 2012-13, Etienne was also a coach in the New York City COMPREHENSIVE EDUCATIONAL PLAN (pdf file)
Creating for the Common Core: Next Steps from the Experts
Rachel Etienne Opening Remarks at NBC Education Nation
The US Department of Education Connection
The LINCS Community is a community of practice (COP) for adult education practitioners funded by the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Career, Technical, and Adult Education (OCTAE). This professional learning space brings together adult educators worldwide to work together toward one common goalĂ˘€”providing high-quality, evidence-based learning opportunities to adult students.
In their Common Core webinar series, Education Week offered a May 14, 2014, webinar sponsored by Keys to Liberty: Tapping Teachers to Play a Lead Role in Shaping Common-Core Implementation where presenter Rachel Etienne was identified as the literacy and professional development specialist, Student Achievement Partners.
And so on and so on and so on.
This is offered as just one very small example of how the U. S. Department of Education, Student Achievement Partners, Education Week, NBC News, and the New York City Department of Education have acted together to deliver what Bill Gates wants.
Rachel Etienne is just one tiny needle in the mammoth haystack. It might be interesting to know the process undergone by a math major to became a literacy delivery expert. But then, who wants to watch sausage being made?
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