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STEM is Just the Beginning

By: Dr. Ruben Alejandro, Lydia Withrow, and Vicky Gorman | The Learning Counsel

With report after report touting the American economy’s need for STEM workers, school districts across the country have rushed to roll out STEM and STEAM initiatives. As […]

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Anthony Johnson Brings 'Johnsonville' to Life

By Richard Cheng | THE Journal

Great things can come from humble beginnings.

Anthony Johnson, a former high school dropout, is a teacher of the year winner in his school district and the southwest region of North Carolina. He is also a finalist for […]

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3 Visions of Truly Inclusive Education

By Jennifer D. Goldman, Karyn Lewis and Dr. Genevra Walters  | Gettting Smart 2/1/2017

In their mission to prepare every student for college or a career, today’s K-12 schools have to support not just high achievers, but students with emotional […]

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The Path to a STEM Job Starts in Elementary School

By Dr. Genevra Walters - Scholastic EDU Pulse

The Path to a STEM Job Starts in Elementary School

A forward-thinking superintendent details how she transformed her general ed program into a series of career academies.

 

When you think of STEM, it’s […]

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Principals: The lessons we learned

Principals: The lessons we learned

BY STEPHEN NOONOO - ESCHOOL NEWS

The best educational leaders are lifelong learners. They are constantly expanding their knowledge, refining their skills, and looking for creative ways to help kids learn. As these four principals look back at 2016, […]

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Superintendents: The lessons we learned

Superintendents: The lessons we learned

BY STEPHEN NOONOO - eSchool News  January 3rd, 2017

4 superintendents share their most valuable takeaways from the past year.

As 2016 drew to a close, we asked educators in variety of positions to reflect on what they have learned this year. […]

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