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How can administrators prepare staff with best practices and reasonable emergency plans? How can you communicate safety to your parents in a social media world on digital steroids?
Serious concerns—such as student anxiety, lunch shaming and immigration policy—shared 2017’s education headlines with the whirling whimsy of fidget spinners. But what lasting impact will these developments have? And how […]
What should happen and what will happen in various areas of education over the next few years elicits different answers from educators and from other experts. For example, one expert […]
How do districts define and identify their special needs students? And how does that compare with the way it is done in other districts and states? Moreover, do these students […]
SafeSchools Training is being used by thousands of school districts across the nation, including 40 of the 100 largest. These districts have access to a comprehensive library of expert-authored online […]
The organizational tendency of many large school districts is to divide elementary and secondary education into separate departments. Dearborn Public Schools’ central office followed this model for decades. During tough […]
Giftedness is not just a test score. How many students have we seen who did not have a test score to qualify for a gifted program but became an expert […]
A teacher’s time is precious—I can attest to that as a former teacher and school principal. School years are jam-packed with teaching, planning, data analysis, testing, and supporting students as […]
Crafting a strong and well-balanced social media policy requires considerable time and effort. The policy must be flexible enough to accommodate new tech trends—such as anonymous messaging apps and livestreaming—yet […]
Big city districts are taking the lead in funding pre-K programs as states work more slowly to expand access. “While states continue to make progress in expanding access to early […]
Describe preparation versus prevention when it comes to a school district’s safety plan. You can only prepare for general incidents; you can’t prepare for the specific. Preparing a safety plan […]
One education researcher calls it “the academic death penalty”: A grade of zero on a 100-point scale, a mark that spells disaster for a student’s class average. “It’s such an […]
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