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‘What To The Slave Is The Fourth Of July?’: Descendants Read Frederick Douglass' Speech | NPR

The U.S. celebrates this Independence Day amid nationwide protests and calls for systemic reforms. In this short film, five young descendants of Frederick Do...
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Data

Turning data into useful and actionable information - rather than a bureaucratic shackle on the minds of students and teachers - will be the primary challenge of this generation of educational leaders. Join in the discussion.See More
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Social Emotional Learning: The LI SEL Forum

The LI SEL Forum (LI SELF) is dedicated to helping schools create a positive climate while fostering the development of social and emotional skills for adults and students.  See More
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Get Your Leadership Job

How do I distinguish myself in order to get that leadership job? Share what works and what doesn't work.See More
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Please respond to our new one-question poll

When schools reopen, what should be the policy on wearing masks?

Only students should be required to wear masks.

Only staff should be required to wear masks.

Staff AND students should be required to wear masks.

Neither staff nor students should be required to wear masks.  Masks should be optional.

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Results of the survey of July 5, 2020

Should standardized test scores such as the SAT and ACT be made optional for admission to colleges and universities?

Yes------------65.8%

No-------------26.8%

Other:---------7.3%

Please see comment Anonymous
Do Away With Them Anonymous
Get rid of them altogether. Anonymous

Number of Responses = 41

To read all 8 comments submitted, please click here.

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Results of the survey of June 28, 2020

If a student asked you who you favor in the election for President, would you tell them?

Yes------------------32.6%

No------------------50.0%

Other---------------13.4%

Answer Respondent
Maybe Anonymous
Not applicable joelleday@optonline.net
not permitted to discuss my preferences Anonymous
Diplomacy Anonymous
Depends on situation Anonymous
Not outright Anonymous

No response-------3.8%

Number of Responses = 52

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