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The California Exeptionalism: Building trust and capacity by decentralizing decisions and politics

07.27.15 | Learning on the EDge | 0 Comments

Part II of a series that examines California’s differing approach to school reform. See the prior post — California exceptionalism: How a deep blue state took on a democratic administration and forged a new way forward in education reform — for the author’s complete view.  

By Charles Taylor Kerchner

The ... Read More

Emerging Leader | Priming student success

04.30.14 | Change Agents: People Making a Difference | 0 Comments

PDK Emerging Leader Natalie A. Morales, combines high standards and students’ native curiosity in one of the most important challenges in American education these days — getting and keeping kids interested in science.

It’s the consensus opinion — almost received wisdom —  that the prospects of so many students ... Read More

How to Plan Your School Days

06.01.14 | Classroom Tips | 4 Comments

You’ve discovered that life as a teacher means being constantly on the go. As an elementary teacher, I have several subjects to cover and little time in which to plan. Here are tips for planning your school days without giving up time for fun.

1. Locate district resources. The school ... Read More

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