3 Ways Schools Marginalize Asian Students

A spotlight has been shined on the treatment of Asian Americans for the worst possible reason. Hate crimes against Asians have risen since the COVID-19 pandemic began. Some people have attributed...

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When My Struggling Readers Won't Read for School, but They Will for Squid Game

“Squid Game” is graphic and not meant for young audiences. This is not an endorsement of using the show as teaching material. As a teacher, I typically find out about new things from my students. By...

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Students at My School Aren’t Complaining About Wearing Masks

As the rhetoric around coronavirus grows more partisan, it is easy to assume the worst about everything. That is just what I typically do. I haven’t come in contact with many people over the last...

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Professional Development

We All Hate Professional Development, But Some of Y’all Need It

Teachers enjoy the summer break, too. However, depending on when school gets out, summer vacation may be winding down already. If that is the case in your area, that means people are in for the start...

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4 Ways Parents Can Combat Learning Loss and the Summer Slide

It is summertime! While typically summer vacation serves as the signal for a prolonged break from academic work, parents should consider doing things a little bit differently this year. It is...

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Students Should Know What's in Their IEPs

If you work in special education, then you have likely worked on an Individualized Education Plan (IEP). IEPs are plans developed to ensure that students with identified disabilities receive the...

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