Richard Milner on Why Racial Inequity Persists in Schools

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Written by Anthony Rebora  H. Richard Milner IV, a professor of education at Vanderbilt University and a regular columnist for ASCD’s Educational Leadership, gave the American...

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NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. Entry into this Giveaway constitutes Entrant’s acceptance of the following Official Rules: Giveaway. ASCD’s sponsored Educational Leadership Giveaway for...

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NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. Entry into this Giveaway constitutes Entrant’s acceptance of the following Official Rules: Giveaway.ASCD’s sponsored National Principal Month...

Resources to Help Guide Educators Through Hurricanes and Other Traumatic Disasters

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Below is a compilation of resources to assist districts and schools affected by debilitating hurricanes and other natural disasters. Schools may be closed for...

High Expectations: What to Look For

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Written by Richard Frank  As I work with schools across the country, I often hear educators talking about high expectations and rigor. These are buzzwords...

Inservice Call for Content – September 2018

Have you ever wanted to join the ranks of the incredible authors you read pieces from every month? Take a look at the topics...

Techniques for Mentoring At-Risk Students

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Written by Avery Phillips  Mentoring at-risk students present many challenges to teachers, students, and mentors alike. Not only are you juggling the more basic variables...

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Written by Kristen Moreland  I love Back to School time.  From fresh batches of school supplies to revamped spaces, to unknown groups of students and...

8 Considerations For Teaching The Next Generation of Learners

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Written by Michael Fisher  The next generation of students is already here! Generation Alpha was born in 2010 and their oldest members are just now entering our...

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