Category: Educator’s Community


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What is Dual Language Education?

What is Dual Language Education? Whether it be called dual language, two-way immersion, or dual language immersion, the philosophy and instructional practices towards equity are

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Advice from educators

How to Keep Teachers Motivated

The Importance of Teacher Motivation As schools across the nation are announcing school closures, we need to empower and motivate our teachers. We have received

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Advice from educators

The Importance of Family Engagement

The Importance of Family Engagement in Student Success  “Until we can influence the homes of our most vulnerable students, we will not make the gains

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Advice from educators

Balancing Policies and People

Background From the dawning of compulsory public education in the United States in the early to mid-twentieth century to the present, the process of education

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What is Career and Technical Education?

Educators today are encouraging students to search more broadly for careers that interest them, and at the same time employers can’t find the right workers

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How to Build School Culture

School leaders are faced with many challenges in today’s educational climate and culture. We are making small and large decisions that directly impact our students,

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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