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Stop the Slide: Using Data-Driven Instruction to Address Academic Gaps

We're all eager to return to our classrooms: to see our students, to set up our rooms, and to return to some normalcy. However, returning to school[...]
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Planning for Next Year: A Principal's Advice for Leading in a Pandemic

No one knows for sure what next year will bring - whether students will be in the classroom, online, or a hybrid of the two - but we know we need to[...]
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Juneteenth: Unlearning an Incomplete History of the United States

For many educators, Juneteenth may not be a familiar holiday. But, like so many American holidays, our recognition of this celebration starts with[...]
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5 Strategies to Bring Back Next Year—Virtually or in the Classroom

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced many teachers to work harder than ever, adapting instruction in innovative ways to meet the needs of students. Many[...]
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How the “Social Discipline Window” Helps Create an Empowered Classroom

Allison Bucklew was selected to be part of the BetterLesson Master Teacher Project on Culturally-Responsive Teaching and Learning (CRTL),[...]
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Teaching Math Isn't Just About Numbers. It's About Us.

Dr. Shakiyya Bland was selected to be part of the BetterLesson Master Teacher Project on Culturally-Responsive Teaching and Learning (CRTL),[...]
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Distance Learning: 4 Great Ways to End the School Year

In a traditional setting, the end of the school year is filled with lots of field trips, celebrations, and reflections. Teachers keep students[...]
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Distance Learning: Tips for Parents, from a Teacher Who Wears Both Hats

It feels like just yesterday that we were all looking for the perfect daily schedule on Pinterest or Facebook: one that would help us support our[...]
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Distance Learning: Educational Leadership Means Putting People First

The coronavirus crisis has created a great deal of ambiguity for educators. As a BetterLesson coach, I have the opportunity to work with and learn[...]
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Distance Learning: Building Relationships with Families

Nearly every school system has been thrown into a new relationship with their students’ families due to the COVID-19 pandemic. While parents and[...]
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