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Do Adults Really Know Best?

Turns out, focusing on a child’s interests can matter more than the child’s reading level. GUEST COLUMN | by Lindsey Hill When it comes to fighting reading deficiency in our children, adults don’t always know best. (We think we do, … Continue reading

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Liberating Teachers

How purposeful technology integration allows teachers to facilitate deep, individualized learning for all students. GUEST COLUMN | by Bridgette Wagoner and Matt Nelson In spite of having nearly 1,600 iPads in a 1:1 setting, the Waverly-Shell Rock Community School District … 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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