Parents Prefer Print Learning Materials
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Do parents prefer print or digital learning materials? 

In the last year and a half, schools across the world have had to make a swift and sudden shift to online learning. Nearly everything has gone digital: lessons are delivered via video conference, tests are a matter of mouse []

College and Career Readiness Presentation
High School Education

5 Strategies Schools Can Use to Build College and Career Readiness

College and career readiness skills are arguably some of the most important things high school teachers can teach their students. When students learn how to research information, communicate orally and in writing, work independently, and manage their time wisely, they []

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5 Things Effective School Leaders Do Over Summer Break

Even when students are gone for the summer, education professionals still have much work that needs to be done. With some simple planning, the upcoming year can be less stressful and more organized than ever.  Here are five ways effective []

Check out our free infographic about the top barriers to student success
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[Infographic] The Top 10 Barriers to Student Success

We surveyed educators from Pre-K to Higher Education and asked them what they consider to be the biggest barrier to student success. Answers varied, but we took the most popular ones and created an infographic for you to share with []

National Bullying Prevention Month is a great way to bring students from across the school community
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Participate in National Bullying Prevention Month

There’s no doubt that bullying is a problem that affects a huge range of people. Studies show that at least 28 percent of U.S. students in grades 6 to 12 experience bullying, and that 99 percent of students in grades 6 []

Use-these-steps-to-create-a-positive-school-culture
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5 Ways Posters Improve School Culture

Building school culture takes time and is an ongoing mission for school leaders. One of the easiest ways to improve school culture day in and day out is through posters. A simple poster can further create an engaging learning environment. []

Learn new methods to improve parent teacher communication
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How to Improve Parent-Teacher Communication

  According to the US Department of Education and the Institute of Education Sciences, parent-teacher communication, initiated by the teacher, is a critical element of student success. Parents report that clear communication provided by the educator increases their confidence and []

Here are the top 10 books for teachers
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Your Summer Reading List: Top 10 Books for Teachers

For many, summer is the season to unwind. The warm weather is the perfect excuse to lounge during beach trips, days poolside, and hammock filled afternoons. It’s also the season to cross off some titles from your reading list. While []

Check Out These 7 Grading Strategies Guaranteed To Save You Time
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7 Grading Strategies Guaranteed To Save You Time

Grading students’ work is a necessary part of any teacher’s job. However, it can be time-consuming and take away from other important aspects of education, too. Thankfully, there are grading strategies you can apply to better manage your time. To []

There are Key Factors to Empowering Teachers
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5 Ways to Begin Empowering Teachers

Distributing leadership to all faculty and staff has the potential to create a stronger school system. The more empowered teachers feel, the more engaging they are with students and other staff members. The more engaging staff members are with each []