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Why We Should Test English Language Learners in their Home Language

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By: Adam Withycombe. Assessing kids in their first, or home language is a better pathway to provide every student an equal opportunity to demonstrate what they know and what they’re ready to learn next.

Serving Students With Special Needs: Five Key Values We Instill in Our Leaders

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By: Toni Barton. One graduate school of education shares how they work with leaders to incorporate five values that they've found make a powerful difference in empowering exceptional special education learners.

There is No Syllabus for Life

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By: Chris Unger. Chris provides excitement around a viewing opportunity for the CAPS' documentary, Where Students Lead, at Northeastern University in Seattle.
Students working on a map project as part of their immersion education

6 Creative Classroom Project Ideas

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By: Adam Welcome. Need some inspiration for new project ideas? Here are six relevant ways to get students engaged in today's classroom.

A Library Transformed

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By: Dustin Hensley. As school libraries evolve, Dustin expresses an important philosophy that should always be the same — to be an outspoken advocate for the learning of every individual in the building, to build a community of learners and to teach invaluable skills in research and cognitive abilities that will last a lifetime.

Investing in Innovation: Where’s the Federal Support?

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By: Arthur VanderVeen. The Innovative Assessment Demonstration Authority invites up to seven states to develop innovative, next-generation assessments that better support student-centered learning.

How Teachers Can Be Their Own Best Coaches

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By Dr. Kandace Bethea. Dr. Bethea a Superintendent in a rural school district discusses how she has retained teachers by building a culture of positive and creative self-reflection using video.

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