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Page 2 ,'Free Pre~s~'",.~ ~ .; .~ ,.u Thursday, February 7, 2013 Schrader named teaching fellow changes. "Hope Street Group's National Teacher Fellow to understand. While her Program allows teach- class has served as a case ers not just a seat at the study for this, she said table but a voice that oth- the games are also de- ers want to hear," Hope signed to teach students Street vice president of at all levels. education Daniel Cruce "They're teaching it in said in a Jan. 15 news re- a medium that kids are lease. "Education reform familiar with," she said. must be done with teach- Schrader also teaches ers, not to teachers." science methods at Gon- In a Feb. 5 interview zaga University, and said Schrader said Hope Street many teachers don't real- trains and instructs teach- ize how political, educa- ers on how to work and tion policy can be. collaborate with congres- "Teaching is very po- sional and legislative litical, and I didn't even leaders with regards to understand that until policy issues. She has al- I started to teach," she ready attended a January said. training session in Wash- One of her big pri- ington D.C. and willmeet orities as a Hope Street monthly with the other Group National Teacher 11 representatives via Fellow is to work with teleconferences to discuss teachers in understand- education issues such as ing some of the politics in teacher evaluations and education and the role of teacher incentives, the federal Department "We're kind of a of Education, empower- mouthpiece from one ing teachers to have a district to another," she "voice" in their profes- By JOHN McCALLUM Schrader has served "The Department of Editor on the state of Washing- Education is a conduit," The Hope Street ton Science Assessment Schrader said. "They Group, a Washington Leadership Team for 15 want to hear from teach- D.C.-area, non-profit years, traveling to Olym- ers." bipartisan advocacy or- pia to help write science Schrader returns to ganization working on assessment tests. She Washington, D.C. in national employment, has also served on the March to meet with mem- health care and education state's Education Board bers of Congress on state policy issues, has named for the past three years, education policies. That Cheney Middle School working on implement- same month she will also science teacher Tammie ing video games into the travel to Florida to give Schrader as a National curriculum, a presentation on video Teacher Fellow. Schrader Schrader has collabo- game" ~'~lmplementatlon ....... ~ """ "~ is one of 12 selected from rated with the Iowa-com- m the classroom to a na- a group of 100 educators pany Filament Games to tional conference..' from 27 states to serveas develop video games J oh n M c c a l - representatives advocat- targeting'low readers lum can ~e reached at ing for education policy that provide science in- ]ma@cheneyfreepress struction in a format comi ~: : easier for these students Contributed photo by Steve Schwalbe heiiey Rotary Cl0b's Janua students of the month Oheney Rotary Club has named Devon Gorham-Whitman and Holly Passey Cheney High School's Rotary Students of the Month for January. Both repre- sent CHS choir and Music in Motion groups. Both students have been singing virtually their entire school careers are two of six Cheney members of the All- SlateChoir headed to performances in Portland, Ore. Feb. 14-17. Photo by John McCallum The Old MacDonald standby Westwood Middle School students Ally Jones (left) and Bridget Calvert (right) entertain their classmates with a rousing version of the classic "Old MacDonald" while waiting for their student of the month pictures to be taken on Monday. The pictures and lists will appear inthe Feb. 14 issue of the Cheney Free Press. ,said. : .... ...... ........... Cheney ...... Middle ............................. S hO011" ......................... , '. ann0unc s' .... " ......... ..... ............ ............................ second quarter' ................... h0n0r' rolls dnts tu e- -i Cheney Middle School has named its second quar- ter honor roll for the 2012- 2013 academic year. 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