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This is the time of year to create a new path with new goals and a capture a positive attitude. Thinking about what could be ahead is exciting and full of possibilities.
For years there has been an ongoing debate on the perceived value of high stakes testing (well, testing in general) and the closing of the physical classroom has provided the oppor
The year has been fraught with confusion, best attempts, and conquering fears. Educators have risen to the task of educating our students and continue to plow forward using what we have learned.
Let’s talk about some good things. As we adapt to changes brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, students and educators are being driven to change or build on how they learn and teach.
A large piece to teaching is in making connections and supporting our students. Mentor teachers find these same connections and supports with our teachers.
Discussions on trending issues in education has drastically changed in content since this time last year.
In the past few months education has moved from an emergency situations, to the confusion of how-to, and then into the realm of a political hot potato.
When Lesley De Paz was a new educator, she quickly learned that one of the most expensive parts of her new job was buying books and properly building a classroom library for her students.
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