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Advice from educators

What is Character Education?

What is Character Education? According to education author Thomas Lackona, the purpose of education is to “help people become smart, and to help them become

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How to Deal With Difficult Parents

Dealing with difficult parents at school in a way that is beneficial to everyone involved can be a tricky endeavor. However, difficult or not, our

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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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Advice from educators

Ways Teachers Can Engage Parents

Parental engagement is one factor that contributes to an effective school environment. In a time when many parents have professional and domestic responsibilities that limit

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Advice from educators

How to Approach School Discipline

Cracks in the foundation of school culture can often be traced back to school discipline. Even when a school’s faculty and staff are dedicated to