Parents of Students with Significant Needs and Their Perspectives of Effective School Collaboration

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Collaboration between parents and school professionals is essential to meeting the academic needs of students with disabilities – and particularly those students with significant...

Defining and Measuring Teacher and Principal Effectiveness

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How should we define teacher and principal effectiveness? And how can we measure educator effectiveness? To help answer these questions that educators grapple with...

ED Pulse Poll Question Results: What Challenges are you Most Interested in Learning About...

ASCD continually seeks to provide solutions to the challenges that face educators of all levels. Identifying these challenges is a continual process, as they...

ED Pulse Poll Results: How Important to You Are Each of the Presidential Candidates’...

In the spirit of this political season and in an effort to be topical without being partisan, the ASCD SmartBrief ED Pulse poll used...

ED Pulse Poll Results: What devices do you see yourself using for PD in...

Although no one can predict the future, particularly in the world of electronic devices, ASCD SmartBrief’s ED Pulse poll sought to obtain a glimpse...

ED Pulse Poll Results: What’s your preferred method of PD?

As part of ASCD’s on-going effort to provide the most effective and supportive professional development for educators worldwide, this past week’s ASCD SmartBrief ED...

ED Pulse Poll Results: Is the purpose of teacher evaluation measurement or development?

This week’s ED Pulse poll question matches one asked by Robert J. Marzano in a survey shared in the upcoming November issue of Educational...

Are You Watching DVDs or Streaming Video for Your PD?

This week’s ED Pulse question sought to explore the perceived movement away from DVD usage toward streaming video in educational professional development (PD.) In...

How Much Does Student Achievement Factor Into Your Evaluation?

The question we asked this week in the ASCD SmartBrief ED Pulse poll addresses one of the hottest topics in education right now—teacher evaluation...

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