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The Next Step

ELEVATING YOUR CAREER By Deirdre Edwards This is not an easy question to answer. Whether you’re a classroom teacher or a veteran administrator, there is

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Attitude is Key

With Dr. Joni Samples I retired a few years ago for about for 20 minutes. I knew that was all I was going to be

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Education Consultant

The Business of Great Schools and Great Students. An Exclusive Interview with Education Consultant Crystal Scillitani In the previous article, we touched on some career

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From the Editor-in Chief

Deirdre Edwards Editor-in Chief With the school year winding down, it’s now time to chase the sun and get some much-needed rest. While you are

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Watch Children Play

By Mac Bogert Watch children play. We know they’re the hardest-working learners. Whether they meet on the playground or at the beach, even as strangers,

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THINK BIG – EXPLORE, CREATE, CONNECT More than ever, Career Exploration programs can help students connect the dots between school and career opportunities – and

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The Case for Senior Seminar

By Kathy Beland Seeking to to help incoming ninth grade students transition successfully, many high schools have instituted a dedicated course often referred to as

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‘Best Beach in the South,’

Panama City Beach, Florida Located in Northwest Florida, Panama City Beach offers both abundant natural beauty and enough affordable family activities to delight sea enthusiasts

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Journey into the Past

Colonial Williamsburg You want your students to connect with American history: the sources of our democratic values, how our lives have changed over time, and

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THE CULTURE AND THE RISKS By Deirdre Edwards Football fever runs deep in the South —  from high school to the NFL. Alabama to Florida,

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An Enriching Journey Engaging Young Minds Elvis Aaron Presley was born to Vernon and Gladys Presley on January 8, 1935 in Tupelo, Mississippi. He and

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Adventure Science Center in Nashville, Tennessee By Tiffany Farmer Ph.D. Director of Education & Community Engagement STEM, the acronym that can strike fear in the

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Leadership on a Budget

With Dr. Joni Samples As an educator, we’ve all used our own money to buy supplies for our classrooms, prizes for points earned, or workshops

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By Tiffany Hamlett To develop these pathways, one must be mindful of opportunities and strategies that can provide continued professional growth and development in areas

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A REWARDING PROFESSION FILLED WITH SHORTAGES By Regina Lemmon Bush Speech-language pathology is a wonderful profession filled with an awesome responsibility to change people’s lives

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More than Muffins and Milk

Kickstart Students’ Success with Breakfast After the Bell By Brie Doyle, Ph.D. and Megan Allen, EdD As former teachers, we know the importance of caring

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Still Relevant?

THE IMPORTANCE OF A MASTER’S DEGREE With Dr. Julie Hannah, Assistant Professor for Instructional Leadership at Samford University Q&A with Dr. Julie Hannah, Assistant Professor for

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Old School vs. New School

Perspectives on Leadership Foreword by Deirdre Edwards Being an educator is a true calling.  It takes a passion for education and a love of community

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