Administrator Insights


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School-Wide Communication to Parents

In our ever-changing fast paced world, adequate communication often finds itself lacking. Invariably when outcomes are diminished the reason can be traced back to a

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Advice from educators

Ways Teachers can Engage Parents

Dr. Joyce L. Epstein, Director of both the Center on School, Family, and Community Partnerships and the National Network of Partnership Schools, as well as

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Advice from educators

How to Approach Discipline in School

Effectively handling discipline in schools can be as much of an art as it is a science. School administrators and other school staff that have

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How to Retain a Highly Qualified Teacher

In today’s world of K-12 education, school boards and administrators are fighting through an array of challenges. Among them include finding and retaining highly qualified

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Advice from educators

How Dyslexia Affects Classroom Learning

Dylexia, a learning disorder that affects a person’s ability to associate letters and sounds, causes reading, writing, speaking, and spelling to be very difficult. While

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