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Qualities of Effective Educator Professional Development

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Most administrators and teachers believe in the importance and value of professional development. Sadly, though, too many teachers believe that those mandatory, one-size-fits-all professional development sessions offered by their schools are a waste of time and money.

Get Started with Digital Citizenship in Your District

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Then, they figured out what they needed to satisfy for required federal E-rate guidelines. After lesson guides for the elementary, middle, and high schools were created, Theresa presented the information to all the principals for input and adjustments.

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Can private Pre-K for All providers survive in New York City?

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Private providers are one of the program’s fundamental building blocks, but many of them say that surviving within the framework of city-mandated expectations, guidelines and funding is tough, even though the city has put in place numerous incentives and supports.

An Update on What You Need to Know about ESSA

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These systems involve four primary indicators: proficiency on state tests; English language proficiency; another academic factor that can be broken out by subgroup; and a “wild card” item that each state can choose within certain guidelines.

7 beginner’s steps in digital citizenship for any district

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Click here to learn more! Then, they figured out what they needed to satisfy for required federal E-rate guidelines. After lesson guides for the elementary, middle, and high schools were created, Theresa presented the information to all the principals for input and adjustments.

Strategies for Surviving All Types of Assessments

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Newsletters that highlight classroom test prep, test guidelines and expectations provide parents and guardians with valuable test information. Students do need to keep learning and working, but increasing the workload will make students and parents anxious and grumpy.