From the Editor - Spring 2015

For those of us in the school biz, we conclude yet another year of excitement, worry and anticipation. Did 2014/2015 meet your expectations? Did you perform well? Did your team? What changes did you ... Read More...

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Finding Help for Failing Schools is Literally in Your Own Backyard

An inner city school of ethnic minorities and working-poor families at the bottom of the test score ladder is probably one of the types of schools we’re talking about in the failing school category. ... Read More...

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Wherever you are, BE there...

As spring comes our way it is imperative that we remind ourselves of the very simple athletic coaches’ axiom above: when on the fields, courts and pools for spring sports, “Wherever you are, be there... Read More...

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How to Make Troubled Schools Better and Keep Successful Schools on Top

When a school gets out of control or its academic results are considered to be insufficient, I’m often the one who is asked to come and help the school turn around. Stealing an image from the Horse W... Read More...

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Protecting Student Privacy in Connected Learning

Already heightened concerns over the privacy of student data hit an all-time high when President Barack Obama proposed student privacy legislation in his 2015 State of the Union Address. Those concer... Read More...

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Doing Data Right Lessons in School Data Planning

The State of School Data Use Educators across the country are largely on board with the premise that data should play a role in understanding and improving school systems and student outcomes.... Read More...

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Taming Big Data

Data has always been important to a teacher even before it came in the form of a computer printout, an interactive screen, online testing or any of the other numerous ways we obtain and use data toda... Read More...

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Classroom Data: A Deep and Complex Subject

Data in the classroom focused on student achievement is a very complex issue for education making it impossible to discuss all the issues, usage and purposes in one discussion. A primary issue is tha... Read More...

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Issue 17.1 | Spring 2015

Southeast Education Network

Our Mission: to reinvigorate the spirit of American education

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