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PDK’s publications keep you up-to-date on the leading issues in K-12 education. Whether you are enjoying the latest edition of Kappan magazine, or checking out one of our recent blog posts, you can always rely on PDK for information about innovative research and practical strategies relevant to education professionals.

From www.kappanmagazine.org

  • Information can motivate disadvantaged students
    Psychological science has revealed a body of evidence that can help educators motivate disadvantaged students and work to keep them on track through high school and into college, in part by getting the right information to them at the right time.
  • Looking closer at college-for-all initiatives
    Three students all got into college, but the similarities stopped there. The lesson: Simply setting a goal of getting students to enroll in college is insufficient; schools must focus on relationships, academic preparation, and school rituals that allow students to redefine who they want to be and what they want to do.
  • Early college
    Giving struggling students early access to college can often encourage them to persist in high school and into higher education and put them on a trajectory to a better life.

From the PDK blog

 

Why I Teach

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Whether you are a teacher or an administrator, PDK provides opportunities and information for educational leaders at all stages of their careers working in diverse locations. Travel, publications, awards, and scholarships make PDK a valuable membership for all educators to have.
DAINA LIEBERMAN, PDK member and NBCT