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NEW POSSIBILITIES FOR 2025

TRANSFORMING THE STRUCTURES SUPPORTING LEARNING Katherine Prince (This is part three of a three part series.) Imagine that it is the year 2025. The setting

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CAREER PATHWAYS:

STRONG POLICIES AND POWERFUL PRACTICES TO SUPPORT CAREER PATHWAYS (PART 2 OF 2) James E. “Gene” Bottoms, Ed.D. In my first article for SEEN Magazine,

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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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DIVERGENT LEARNERS

WHO THEY ARE AND WHERE THEY COME FROM Dr.Doris Giles Layton and Dr. Randy Lee (This is part three of a three part series.) They

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ROTTEN TO THE CORE

WHY MATH INSTRUCTION IN AMERICA IS FAILING OUR STUDENTS Bob Sornson The ages will vary by at least one year, and the group will include

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A DIFFERENT APPROACH

Could Bullying Be Stopped by Socializing Children to Think Differently About Their Interactions with Others? Kenneth A. Dodge Preparing children to make their own way

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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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TECHNOLOGY ADDICTION

Ann H. Steel, MD, MA, LMHC Laptops on the desks of each high school student; Wi-Fi access in every school and iPads for all kindergarteners:

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