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A Radical Shift

RESOURCEFULNESS DURING UNCERTAIN TIMES SEEN In March of 2020, as the novel coronavirus spread across the region, schools began closing. Halls once bustling with children

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K-12 Education in 2031

Dramatic Changes Coming By Peter G. Ruppert Social and Emotional Learning As we restart education after being dramatically impacted by COVID-19, we should step back

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Student Tours at Biltmore

Student Travel Photos used with permission from The Biltmore Company, Asheville, North Carolina George and Edith Vanderbilt took a personal interest in helping their community

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Every Teacher a Leader

  By Susan L. Massey In the midst of challenges in the educational system delivery as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, educators at all

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Leadership:

The 5 Pillars of Impactful Leadership Dean J. Fusto She shared, with surprising calm, that the winds had brought down three immense Cedar trees at

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Social Emotional Solutions:

Evaluating School Climate Using Adaptive and Innovative Technology Adam Rockenbach Surveys are a critical part of early intervention and school improvement strategies. But the survey

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Emergency Preparedness

What Schools Should Now Know 101 Having an emergency preparedness plan in place is expected of all school districts and facilities. It’s expected, as well,

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Coding Empowers Students

Anjali Dighe With the increasing impact of technology in nearly every sector of the global business environment, coding has become a necessary language and skillset

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COVID-19 Teacher Survey

Few professions have been as heavily impacted by the pandemic as teaching. On top of budget shortfalls and widening equity gaps, social-distancing measures have forced

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Letter From The Editor

Sherry Brooks Managing Editor Congratulations on making it through the 2019-2020 school year. Most of you were thrown into a teaching situation this past spring

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Through the Fence

By Emily Knight “School” begins at 9 a.m. at our house. Well, OK maybe 10. Honestly, it starts after I’ve had at least two cups

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Better Together

A Trauma Informed Approach to Social and Emotional Learning By Skip Greenwood, Psy.D and co-founder of 321 Insight Social emotional learning (SEL) and trauma informed

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Championing Faculty

Coming Together From a Distance By Karin J. Keith One Friday morning in early January I arrived at my university office expecting to smell coffee

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Student Mental Health

What Are We Doing? Stephanie L. Stern, LPC LBS – Certified Trauma Therapist It has been over 20 years since the mass shooting occurred at

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Civic Learning

A Matter of Equity Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court, John G. Roberts, Jr., closed out the 2010s and welcomed the 2020s with

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Education Under Seige

Withstanding the Onslaught of COVID-19 By Charles Sosnik Editor-in-Chief Will education survive? Are the dark forces of COVID-19 scaling the walls of our current education

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