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Learning Loss: Are We Defining the Problem Correctly? By Harvey F. Silver and Jay McTighe How we define a problem has a lot to do with th…

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‘I Used to Like School’: An 11-Year-Old’s Struggle With Pandemic Learning

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Advice to parents about dealing with their children's back to school anxiety

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Across the country, “school hesitancy” abounds as families have established routines based on remote learning.

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What Types Of Meetings Do People Prefer?

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Students with learning difficulties in inclusive education - the research

Students with learning difficulties in inclusive education Marta Pellegrini, University of Florence, Italy A recent meta-analysis…

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Increasing urban students’ achievement scores through successful behavior management and time-on-task

Increasing urban students’ achievement scores through successful behavior management and time-on-task By Lisa Nehring, Johns Hopkins Univ…

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What Can We Learn from COVID-Era Instruction? by John Hattie

May 2021 | Volume 78 | Number 8 What Can We Learn from COVID-Era Instruction? John Hattie Beware of doom and gloom repor…

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Taylor Swift Makes Cameo On High School Students' Year-End AP Exam

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