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Most current assessment systems rely on generating data in order to identify, sort and label students, as well as educators. But this approach is at odds with what has always […]
There are a variety of steps that administrators can take to create a data-driven district culture that will help teachers use the right data in the right way to address […]
How is professional learning changing? We’ve long thought quality professional learning means pulling educators out of class—where they’re needed most. How do we minimize that? With blended professional learning, we […]
Why is it important that social-emotional issues and unconscious biases are addressed? All of us have biases. It doesn’t matter who you are. But self-awareness becomes critical, particularly in schools. […]
Some students grow so accustomed to hearing their names mispronounced over and over again that they no longer correct the people who make the mistakes.
When North Carolina adopted the Common Core in 2012, Principal Sherry Robinson and her staff at Bald Creek Elementary School spent the year feeling at a loss. The rural Title […]