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Depth and Rigor

Evolving standards, technology solutions and teachers keeping up. GUEST COLUMN | by Rohit Agarwal As many school districts and teachers know, math standards have been evolving and changing over the last few years, causing administrators and educators to rush to … Continue reading

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Teaching in Wonderland

A 21st-century educator reflects on teaching, classroom life and channeling her inner Alice. GUEST COLUMN | by Kristal Doolin As a teacher of 21st-century digital natives in a time of major educational shifts, I often sit before my online plan … Continue reading

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Special Friends

A classroom story of overcoming challenges to open a child’s world. GUEST COLUMN | by Alia Pyros It’s no secret that opening a child’s world through education can seem like a daunting task. This is a task, however, that all … Continue reading

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Friends Don’t Let Friends Prep Alone

Why we need to make test prep more engaging and interactive for our high school students. GUEST COLUMN | by Kenny Nova The preparation process for high-stakes college admissions tests has not changed in decades. High school students slog long … Continue reading

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Employer Expectations

Businesses want workers who can have an immediate impact. GUEST COLUMN | by Rich Wagner Almost half way into the second decade of a new century, it’s become clear that employer expectations for a skilled workforce continue to grow. Technology … Continue reading

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