‘Your Children Are More Than a Number to Us’

Two teachers in Oklahoma explain to parents why they won't give any more standardized tests.
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November 24

ESP Day Showcases Impact School Support Staff Have on Students

Educating the “whole child" can only succeed when parents, teachers, administrators and support staff work together.
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November 20

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Using Data to Head Off High School Dropouts
Today, about 80 percent of public high school seniors will graduate. Educators, parents, and politicians all want to see that number continue to increase. Early Warning Systems are one way schools are trying to make that happen. Source: Marketplace Learning Curve
Texting Parents May Help Students Learn
A new study suggests that texting parents with reminders- up to three times a week - on how they can help their children read can have positive effects. Source: Vox
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An Iraq Veteran Continues to Serve His Country – In the Classroom

Reuben D’Silva served his country as a U.S. Marine on active duty in Iraq. But now he serves his community
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November 12