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By Jeffrey Wilhelm & Adam Fachler | June 20, 2017 , 9:34 am
We couldn’t believe what we were reading. Or rather, what we weren’t reading. Our students - the ones we had just spent the whole year helping and supporting - had just phoned in our end-of-year survey. What was the deal? We had an ama
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 Mark Chubb | March 6, 2017 , 1:16 pm
Who Makes the Biggest Impact? A few years ago I had the opportunity to listen to Damian Cooper (expert on assessment and evaluation here in Ontario) give a talk at OAME. He shared an analogy with us that I found particularly interesting. He talked
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