Teacher leaders can be an asset for schools, but choosing the right person for the position may be more complicated than you think.


Through finding common ground new ideas are created, but are we actually listening?


What does your child's school lunch look like? It's about time we should be saying, "Houston...we have a problem."


In today's guest blog co-authors Mary Jane O'Connell and Kara Vandas offer five steps to get students to partner with their teachers in learning.


Middle school is such an interesting time of life. But are they education's middle child?


Sadly, there are 3 reasons why high stakes testing matters...to some people.


What advice would you give to your younger teacher self?


In today's guest blog, the Core Knowledge Foundation responds to Peter's December 4th post Curriculum Wars: What Should All Children Learn?


Flipping leadership is a philosophy and a practice, but there are 4 things leaders should know before they do it.


What should all students be expected to learn? The Common Core set out to level the playing field, but in many states different schools are doing different things. Level playing field...or more of the same?


The opinions expressed in Peter DeWitt's Finding Common Ground are strictly those of the author(s) and do not reflect the opinions or endorsement of Editorial Projects in Education, or any of its publications.

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