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Changing of the Guard

A new generation of educational leaders. GUEST COLUMN | by John Jennings Millennials have already left an indelible mark on the education system. Now, the largest generation in the workforce is poised to break into the ranks of school district … Continue reading

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Musings of a (New) Education Insurgent

SHIFT PARADIGM | by Mark E. Weston The system of schooling to which I have dedicated my life seems incapable of educating all students to high levels of learning   For the past fifty-five years, I’ve spent most of my waking … Continue reading

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Interview | Moving From NCLB to No Child Held Back

No Child Held Back is a consortium of parents, teachers, school administrators, learning experts, citizens, business leaders, education publishers, and technology providers who are dedicated to transforming education. Their vision is the creation of an effective, flexible, student-centered education system … Continue reading

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Trends | No Child Held Back

Here’s a fresh take to an old problem: instead of an emphasize on No Child Left Behind, how about No Child Held Back? What if we focused on helping all children reach their maximum potential instead of just reducing failure rates? That’s exactly … Continue reading

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