Wednesday, January 20, 2021

12 Resources to Help You Address Mental Health in Schools

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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...
Addressing racism and hatred in the classroom

Resources for Addressing Racism and Hatred in the Classroom

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Just getting underway, the 2017–18 school year looks to be one filled with difficult classroom conversations about current events. After the white supremacist rally...

Exploring the Link Between Poverty and Education 

We have just passed the 50th anniversary of the U.S. War on Poverty, which was launched by President Lyndon B. Johnson in 1964. Yet...
25 Questions

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...

Remembering Maya Angelou

Maya Angelou was an inspiration to us all and we are deeply saddened by her passing. Her words of hope, gratitude and resiliency are...

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...

In an Ideal World, How Would You Measure School Quality?

By Matthew Mingle In an ideal world, school quality would be measured by assessing how closely each school’s reality matches the ideals of the Whole...

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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