SEL, the Classroom, and Setting Students on the Their Own Paths

A tenth grade student works on a painting inspired by his study of the Harlem Renaissance. Photo by Allison Shelley/The Verbatim Agency for American Education: Images of Teachers and Students in Action   If “one...

Writing: A College-Ready Skill

Writing is a vital skill in most workplaces in the U.S. Yet according to the most recent National Assessment of Educational Progress report on writing, only about 27 percent of 8th and 12th grade students in the U.S....

What Do You Believe About the Subject You Teach?

Math is often a student’s most dreaded subject. Students are sometimes told that you are either “math-minded” or you are not, and this leads many to the belief that they will never be able to excel at math. So what is...

Writing: A College/Career Success Skill

Writing is a vital skill in most workplaces in the U.S. Yet according to the most recent National Assessment of Educational Progress report on writing, only about 27 percent of 8th and 12th grade students in the U.S....

Writing: A College-Ready Skill

Writing is a vital skill in most workplaces in the U.S. Yet according to the most recent National Assessment of...

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