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You are an integral part of our school community and we would like your opinions. As part of our periodic self-study process, we are conducting a formal survey of our constituents. The survey will tak
Why encouraging students to get everything right is the wrong direction.
In a class where every student has a laptop, there’s still an argument to be made for keeping a pen-and-paper journal.
There isn’t an independent school in this country that isn’t struggling to attract and create an increasingly diverse and complex student body. And, it’s safe to say, there isn’t a school that doesn’t
It’s hard to help the obviously upset adolescent who turns down a warm invitation to talk. Here’s what may be going on.
A Stilwell Elementary mom has started a “Wait a Bit Kansas City” movement asking parents to delay giving their children to have smartphones. It’s related to the “Wait Until 8th” movement.
Before educators can help students cope with their problems and be ready to learn, they must first take time to care for themselves. The following are ways educators can take control of their
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Teachers have widely varying opinions on homework. Before assigning it, think through these five questions first.
Yes, we all do these things, but they can suck the life from your conversations, says sound consultant Julian Treasure. Read this and strengthen your gift of gab.
A program pays teachers to visit students at home and meet with their family. The home visits have helped parents become better-informed advocates for their kids and stronger allies with teachers.