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By Robert Dunn | May 29, 2017 , 9:53 am
When we think about school improvement planning to impact student achievement, the most at-risk students are of prime concern. The process of school improvement involves identifying at-risk students and planning strategies to promote their learning. &n
By Garfield Gini-Newman | May 15, 2017 , 10:11 am
Imagine a classroom where students excitedly play with ideas, exploring ways to re-invent, re-interpret and re-think while engaging with concepts, ideas, events and people set out in the prescribed curriculum. While we might like to dream of such a classr
By Theo Koffler | May 1, 2017 , 10:00 am
If I could go back and tell my teenage self just one thing, it would be: “Relax, stop trying so hard! You're good enough just as you are.” If I'd known then what I know now, I'd have forgiven myself when I faltered, stopped self-limiting thoughts in t
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