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What do students with learning disabilities need the most from their special educator? While many individualized skills and interventions are needed, there is one skill all students need from their special educator: the ability to problem-solve. Problem-solving is a key...

source: By Pamela Hill
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Offering support to grieving students and their families can be highly gratifying for school professionals. They are offering much-needed support during a critical time in a student's life. The unique relationships children have with educators make these efforts immeasurably...

source: NAESP

Please join us for a collaborative one hour summer learning mash-up virtual book study! This interactive book study will create coherence between leaders, books and levels by specifically sharing insights on one chapter from each of their books. Presenters will take leadership...

source: NAESP

Kansas Supreme Court justices appeared skeptical that a new school funding plan offers enough money for education. The justices at times appeared exasperated by arguments in favor of the formula, and by requests that the court wait potentially years to see whether the new...

source: The Wichita Eagle

Each year, parents responding to the Phi Delta Kappan poll report high levels of satisfaction with their kids' education. Asked to assign letter grades to their children's schools, the vast majority of parents — generally around 70 percent — issue As and Bs....

source: The Atlantic

Hopkins Public Schools, with 7,200 students in K-12 near the Twin Cities in Minnesota, was having a problem with an increasing demand for substitute teachers during the 2013-2014 school year and being unable to maintain a steady supply of candidates. Human resources staff...

source: District Administration Magazine

We need to talk about those goals. The long-term targets states have put forward in the Every Student Succeeds Act have gotten a lot of attention, positive and negative. What's a goal? Think about things like 75 percent of students...

source: Education Week

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