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May is Mental Health Awareness Month and it is becoming increasingly clear that mental health in schools is an important topic the nation cannot...
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25 Questions That Can Transform Schools

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Is continuous improvement a checklist or do we ask questions which lead to growth? Start the school year with a question and watch how reflection...

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Current Curriculum Trends Worth Exploring

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The classroom is continually changing, from the subject matter that is covered, to the way it is taught.  Some of these changes stem from...

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...

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Get Connected: Connected Educator Month

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The U.S. Department of Education has declared October Connected Educator Month (CEM). What does that mean for you? It is time to take control...

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