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Why is Teaching Non-Proficient Adolescent Readers So Complex?
Monday, November 13, 2017
Why is Teaching Non-Proficient Adolescent Readers So Complex?

Students of all ages who have difficulty with reading know how deeply their reading and writing difficulties can affect the entire school day. For example, students may begin to struggle in other content areas if they cannot read the information in their textbooks. In the same way, students and educators...

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How to Create a Classroom Culture of Responsibility
Friday, November 10, 2017
Creating a Classroom Culture of Responsibility

As educators, it’s natural to want our classrooms to reflect students’ success. We ensure students have clear directions and deadlines for their assignments, plenty of resources to support their learning, and feedback to guide their progress—but while we’re supporting student success in the short term, we also need to have an...

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Charter Schools: With More Freedom Comes More Accountability
Wednesday, November 8, 2017
Charter Schools: With More Freedom Comes More Accountability

Many educators and students recognize the need for unique, individualized learning within their schools. However, for larger organizations such as the public school system, providing individual schools with a high level of independence isn’t always feasible. To ensure students get all the resources they need and are making adequate progress...

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