If we are maintaining algebra courses for the sake of tradition or if algebra is the foundation of deductive reasoning and problem solving is the debate school leaders can engage now.
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July 25, 2017
July 16, 2017
When encouragement and support are the partners of observation and evaluation, the process is worth the time it take.
May 23, 2017
J. M. Myers M.D. returns as a guest blogger to write this two-part series about mental health in our schools. Here, in part one, he shares his view of the good news.
May 09, 2017
If the promised economic changes come to pass and overseas jobs are brought back to this country and our workforce fails to produce as well as their overseas counterparts, schools will certainly be blamed.
May 04, 2017
An effective and successful teacher leader can become a teacher leader without an appointment, simply through earned recognition.
April 25, 2017
Let's advocate for us to have choices. We are educators and we are professionals and we know children and we want our creative moment.
April 16, 2017
It is important In order to best serve all of our students, to wake up to the nuance of racism and how it plays out in our words and actions.
April 09, 2017
Evaluation is intended to serve two masters: one is accountability and the other is professional development. 3 ways to shift thinking and practice.
April 06, 2017
Guest blogger Dr. J.M. Myers says, "The great risk to public education is that those knowledgeable professionals on the inside fail to be given the tools and authority to implement serious reform or fail to exercise a leadership role once given these tools."
March 26, 2017
Guest blogger Colin Lieu writes: "At a time where so much focus is placed on building walls - yoga and mindfulness offers pathways for students to realize they can break down walls of their own."