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Exposing Every Student To STEM

Our challenge, our opportunity is to help every student discover how STEM skills can be the foundation for success throughout their life no matter the pathway.

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Next-Gen Virtual PLCs for the Global Educator

By: Kimberly Mitchell. Harnessing the energy of creative teachers worldwide in virtual PLCs is a game changer for how we all learn in next-gen professional development.

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Creating Your Career: Why Millennials are Re-thinking Full-Time

By: Savannah Lamb. For many millennials, navigating post-grad life is very scary, no matter what you’re doing with yours. This is the advice I would give other young people who are exploring the job market, learning about themselves, and taking control of their path to careers, plural.

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Increasing Achievement and Saving Time by Selecting the Right Assessment and Instruction Tools

By: District Administration Custom Publishing. How a district in Ohio used adaptive technology and instruction tools to eliminate excess testing by assessing students strategically, thus creating actionable data and performance measures.

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Why We Should Worry Less About the Achievement Gap

We need to revolutionize math perceptions if we want to close the experience gap and eliminate its most evident symptom: the achievement gap.

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OpenEd is the largest K-12 resource library for teachers, with formative assessments, videos, homework and more, aligned to every Common Core standard. OpenEd’s automatically graded quizzes and homework bridge quiz to instruction, recommending videos per student based on mastery.

Leadership

Organized Parents Can Transform Education- Indeed, It Won’t Happen Without Them

By: Jose Arenas. This blog cuts to the core about what parent advocacy and activism can look like in schools. If you want to move beyond the PTA and get political, Jose has inspiration and information for how parents can transform our schools.

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Why San Francisco’s Blended, Early Literacy Program is Working

By: Rachel Norris. Big changes are taking place in San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD). The district spent the past year implementing a blended, early literacy program that engages the community, including low-income students.

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