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In an increasingly challenging school climate filled with educational reform and changing testing mandates, I find this story worth sharing with my esteemed School Leadership 2.0 colleagues:
Last Thursday, Elizabeth Jewett, Superintendent of Watchung Hills Regional High School district in Warren, N.J. was notified that Pearson had issued a "priority 1 alert" for a test item breach within one of her schools. According to the NJDOE, a student "Tweeted" a…Continue
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By Justin Tarte
1. Don't just care...really care!
2. Speak to every student at least once every class period - the more the better!
3. Meet your students where they are; not where they are supposed to be, or where you want them to be...
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via HuffPost Parents
Research suggests that students whose parents …Continue
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Companies are spending billions of dollars on TV, print, and digital advertising to swing us towards their products and services. From watching the Superbowl to checking Facebook on mobile phones, we’re flooded with images and slogans of how we should live, how we should look, and how we should act.
Consider this: We are one of the only countries that allow…Continue
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The following is an excerpt of One Size Does Not Fit All: A Student’s Assessment of School, by 17-year-old Nikhil Goyal, a senior at Syosset High School in Woodbury, New York. On a personal note, I had the pleasure of meeting Nikhil at last year's Long Island Tech Summit, and look forward to reading his new book.…
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Written by Mark Phillips, Teacher and Educational Journalist
AUGUST 9, 2012
The image projected on the screen in the front of the classroom is Magritte's painting of a…Continue
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By Jennifer Demski - 06/07/12…Continue
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Encyclopedia Britannica announced on 3/13/12 that its 2010 print edition will be its last:
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By Ben Johnson
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