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Civics teaches us how to respond in a crisis

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Plan and Deliver: Resources for leaders as they go remote

For resources like this, check out Educational Leadership's free, online-only special issue on remote learning, A New Reality: Getting Remote Learning Right,...

Resist the urge to grade students during the coronavirus closures

By Joe Feldman If we agree that the primary purpose of a grade...

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