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February 04, 2014

Will We Ever Allow Computers to Grade Students' Writing?

We are not suggesting that a computer can replace the grace and value of the interaction between a teacher and a student. But let's have a discussion before we close our minds to the possibilities.

February 02, 2014

Bullying Is an Adult Issue First

How can we teach the children to not be bullies, if the adults are unaware that the words we use and the actions we take divide and hurt and maybe even bully?

January 30, 2014

Let's Get Universal Pre-K Right

Let Universal Pre-K not become the next Common Core or standardized testing battle. Let's get active now, while it is still taking shape.

January 28, 2014

Top Publications that Connect Leadership to Learning

Frederick Brown explores the most popular publications downloaded from The Wallace Foundation that includes a mix of perspectives, groundbreaking research reports, and insightful publications from multiple organizations that connect leadership to teacher and student learning.

January 28, 2014

How Do We Lead Toward a Better Assessment System?

Perhaps, if we produce better local assessments, and use them to inform instruction, give constructive feedback, and help motivate our students, the standardized tests will fall aside and take their proper place as quiet snapshots of national progress while we attend to our students school by school.

January 26, 2014

Sam Berns' Courage Offers 4 Lessons in Leadership

How we bring ourselves to the challenges we face makes a difference in how we, and those who follow us, experience them.

January 23, 2014

Some Things Schools Can't Do Alone

Everything is not as it should be in our schools. We need to be able to attend to the business of turning our schools in to 21st century schools. But we need help.

January 21, 2014

When Nothing Happens

A day without incident means everyone attended to the responsibility they have been given. We do have much to be thankful for and often what we have to be thankful for is invisible.

January 19, 2014

We Need Leaders Who Listen and Unite

If we hold a fundamental belief that every individual wants to do meaningful work, we must find those leaders who are exploring a better way and trust they are in this for the same reasons we are - our children and the future.

January 17, 2014

Focus on Team Member Strengths for Learning to Flourish

As the Learning Forward staff reads StrengthsFinder 2.0 and uses the accompanying assessment to identify individual strengths, Carol Fran├žois reflects on the importance of having each team member understand what makes him or her strong individually in order to have a strong team.

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