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In our previous blog post, we outlined our responses to frequently asked questions when viewing and attempting to interpret the Suspension Rate Indicator data. In this blog post, we illustrate how a fatal flaw in the way the suspension rate is calculated can lead to hidden inequities that harm the

Teaching Methods

One of the most effective strategies to engage students in their own learning is modeling metacognition. This “thinking about one’s thinking” uncovers personalized feedback to

1. Pencils Pencils have been the bane of my existence as a teacher. I have been through every possible system of pencil lending. I have used

What is Project-Based Learning? Project-based learning (PBL) activities present an engaging question, task, or problem that students then explore through authentic, real-world experiences. The goal is

Professional Learning

In my last blog, The 5 Teachers You Meet in Professional Learning, I described a handful of trends in teacher personas. It was shared a

Many schools and districts are working on strategic plans that include at their heart a vision of graduating students who are lifelong learners, with indispensable

Think back to what brought you to your job as an educator. Whether you are an administrator or a classroom teacher—and whether you are aware