Parent Orientation: Virtual Open Houses

Parent orientation is not an easy process, as it requires constant communication, a great deal of transparency, and a willingness to meet families where they are. There are additional challenges…
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A Little Standardization Can Be a Big Help

When I hear the term standardization, I immediately think of my dad’s work as a lifelong UAW member in Flint, Michigan. As a line worker in an automotive factory, everything…
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Defining Equity in Terms of Technology Accessibility

Equity covers many different and broad ideas that are important to student learning. Educational equity requires that schools and districts implement systems that ensure that every student has an equal…
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Two Years of Lost Learning:  Not the Case in All Schools . . .

COVID-19 has challenged all of us to think differently about life and learning.  School systems across our nation were forced to quickly implement safety measures to support in-person learning while…
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