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MARS MISSIONS NOT REQUIRED

Pragmatic Approaches to Competency-Based Education By Joel Hernandez As a participant vendor in the Competency-Based Education Network’s TIP (Technology Interoperability Project) last year, I had

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MOVING TO COMPETENCY

HOW WE DID IT By Virgel Hammonds Neighboring towns Dresden, Farmingdale, Hallowell, Monmouth and Richmond were just that: neighbors. Each had an independent school system

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COMPETENCY-BASED EDUCATION

THE WORKING DEFINITION By Ben Jones The advocacy for competency-based education (CBE) has grown considerably in mainstream education over the last few years. Out from

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MARCHING TOWARDS COMPETENCY

Competency Based Learning: Instruction that Matches the Needs of Each Student By Bob Sornson In theory, the choice is simple. Continue to implement a time-bound;

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FROM THE EDITOR

By Charles Sosnik The 2015/2016 school year is all but done. So how’d you do? If you are reading this, you are most likely a

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READING RECONSIDERED

THE IMPORTANCE OF READING NON-FICTION By Doug Lemov, Erica Woolway, Colleen Riggs Much of what many students must read in college is nonfiction — often

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Coding the Curriculum

By Richard Wang Like millions of other Americans, in January I tuned in to President Barack Obama’s 2016 State of the Union Address. Here’s what

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Letter to Leaders

Scott Springston As a leader you may be asking yourself – “I signed up for this?”  The answer is yes and many are glad you

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Hey, Where’s Our Stuff?

The Importance of Managing K-12 District Resources By Bruce Hamilton The topic of resource management always grabs the attention of K-12 superintendents and administrators, simply

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FOOD & NUTRITION

A LOOK AT TRENDS IN THE SCHOOL FOOD ENVIRONMENT Peggy Kochenbach O’Shea Food. It fuels our bodies – and our minds. It’s critical for healthy

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Real Change for Today’s Learners

There are many theories on how to improve our education outcomes: increase in-school hours, smaller school/class size, different teachers’ compensation models, introduce technology, and so

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From the Publisher

RB Knight Publisher “The nation that has the schools has the future.” —Bismarck That’s a fine quote, and more relevant now that it was in

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