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The Language of Lunch

By Erika Johnson I am passionate about food. I love to cook, grocery shop, talk with farmers, find out where...

Why It’s the Right Time for the Whole Child Network

By Sean Slade ASCD launched its latest expansion to the Whole Child approach to education at its Conference on...

Incorporating Global Competency into your Classroom

By Ariel Tichnor-Wagner and Hillary Parkhouse Why does this matter? If there's one question that teachers should be able...

Reclaiming soft skills

By Sean Slade and Phil Lambert We, like many others in the fields of education, youth development, social, emotional,...

Education is an ecosystem

Editor's Note: This article is part of the Whole Child for the Whole World series. ASCD envisions a world in which all...

Education is a human endeavor

Written by Sean Slade Education is a human endeavor. It prepares the individual for life...

Building a school culture of appreciation

By Jamil Maroun In his book, The Last Lecture, Randy Pausch tells the story of taking his 15-person research team...

How Trusting Relationships Advance School Culture and Influence Student Achievement

Written by Dr. LaMarr Moses The culture of a school lives in its organizational relationships. Creating schools with a...

We Are Not The Future, We Are The Present

By Ronn Nozoe "We are not the future, we are the present, and we’re not going anywhere" declared seventh grade student Prishtina Gashi at...

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The Language of Lunch

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