Advice from educators

Advice From a Retired Educator

There is No Such Thing as Too Early Teacher retirement planning and savings are extremely important, but many people do not think of this in

A female high school teacher sits with a class of students, in the middle of a lesson.
Advice from educators

What Makes a Successful Classroom?

What did I hope to accomplish when I became a teacher? This is the reflective question I have sat with throughout my time as an

A sign hanging on a school gate reads, “Stop! All visitors must sign in at the office.”
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Back to School: School Safety This Year

Why School Safety is so Significant This Year School safety addresses physical as well as social and emotional facets of students’ school experiences. This can

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The Challenges ADHD Students Face

Students living with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) often experience a good chunk of frustration. This is largely because their thoughts are going faster than their bodies.

A little girl looks stressed while studying mathematics.
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Understanding Dyscalculia in Students

What is Dyscalculia? Today, districts across our nation report that America’s students are graduating unprepared to tackle college-level math content. This has prompted school districts to

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Examining Summer Learning Loss

Take a moment to think back to when you were in school. Wasn’t it always interesting how the first few weeks of school were review?