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Administrative office

Curriculum Writing and Team Planning

In his 2003 book, What Works in Schools: Translating Research into Action, Robert J. Marzano states that the number one factor in school change is

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Advice from educators

Narrowing Achievement Gaps for At-Risk Students

Narrowing achievement gaps for at-risk students is a phenomenon to which educators and researchers continually seek solutions to solve the ongoing disparity. Accountability policies in

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Professional development

What is Inquiry-Based Learning?

What is Inquiry-Based Learning? Inquiry-based learning is a form of learning based solely around questioning to seek knowledge. At times, inquiry-based learning is presented as

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Master's resources

What is an Individualized Education Plan?

With the variety of learning styles and unique abilities of children, there are times when a student requires specialized instruction rather than a typical educational