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    By James Stoffer and Zach Vander Veen Editor’s Note: This is the fifth and final installment of this series. For previous installments, see one, two, three and four Community Schools are a time whose idea has come, a solution that was waiting for the perfect storm – and the perfect storm is here. In part one of this article series, ...
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    Before you attend ISTE this year, or even if you are not going, take the 10-Point Hybrid Logistics Awareness Quiz. The Quiz will provide you your individual score. Find out how the rest of the nation is responding to the Quiz this year at ISTE, June 26 – June 29 in New Orleans, where the Leaning ...
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    By Mark Hendrickson To teach our kids to become passionate and capable readers, we read to them. Whether at bedtime, at the library, or in the classroom, early childhood years are often infused with stories. The silly voices, questions, laughing, and wonder that result from story time make reading feel less like a lesson and ...
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    By Charles Sosnik These are unusual times, to say the least. The two biggest storylines in the school world are the teacher shortage and the student shortage. It seems like they can’t both be true. But they are. The bigger story, and the one that is causing administrators the most angst, is the teacher shortage. ...
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    By Claudia L’Amoreaux Schools today are challenged by a variety of issues—regional staffing shortages, increased volume of requests, seasonal spikes in student referrals—to name a few. No matter the issue, the result is the same: despite best efforts, too many students are not being evaluated in a timely manner and educators are not receiving the ...
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    By Tamara Fyke This is it! The last weeks of school.  You’re counting down the days until you hear the final bell ring sounding your freedom.  Summer is almost here.  After about a week of lounging on the couch, you will realize how much time you have on your hands.  You can only watch so ...
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    In this episode of the Learning Leadership Society Report, your Host LeiLani Cauthen speaks with Chris McMurray, the Learning Counsel’s new Chief Academic Officer. As the Learning Counsel begins direct engagements with schools and school districts, Chris McMurray will take the point and help guide them towards real transformation. According to Cauthen, “There’s a new future ...
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    By Charles Sosnik For more than four decades, the ISTE conference has been recognized as one of the world’s largest education events. It’s where educators and education leaders gather to engage in hands-on learning, share best practices, and hear ideas from leading thinkers. This year at ISTE, the Leaning Counsel is teaming up with Cisco to drive awareness ...