Saturday, September 19, 2020

Implementing the Common Core Can Be Challenging—Virtual Learning Networks Can Help

By Jason Flom “In theory, there is no difference between theory and practice. In practice there is.” —Yogi Berra Therein lies the challenge of implementing the Common...

Taking “The Long Road” to Grading Reform

By Jay C. Percell In his article “The Value of a Pointless Education,” published in the December 2013/January 2014 Educational Leadership, Jay C. Percell describes...

Shaping the Future Means Looking Forward

“Intelligence plus character—that is the goal of true education. The complete education gives one not only power of concentration, but worthy objectives upon which...

How Do We Cultivate and Support Teacher Leaders? Tell Us What You Think in...

In education, teacher leaders can be a bit like unicorns: awesome to behold and incredibly inspiring, yet surprisingly rare and quick to vanish. But...

Announcing Updates to Free EduCore™ Common Core Implementation Tool

We’re excited to announce new features available to the free EduCoreTM Common Core implementation tool! For the new year, the updated EduCore website features...

Can Standardized Tests Inform Instruction?

In their article “Turning on the Lights,” published in the December 2013–January 14 issue of Educational Leadership® magazine, ASCD faculty members Jessica Hockett and...

The Importance of Attitude

By Beth Morrow From the outside looking in, teaching appears simplistic: you spend your days guiding, shaping, and educating young minds toward becoming productive and...

Education Resolutions from Emerging Leaders

In preparation for returning to school in the new year, we reached out to our ASCD emerging leaders and asked them to share their...

The Best Time of Year

By Jeffrey Benson It's the middle of winter in the U.S. Northeast. I wake in the dark, there's snow and ice to scrape off my...

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