Teacher readiness #4 I’m not nearly as concerned about student readiness for school as I am about teacher readiness. As teachers we tend to assume that words inherently have meaning. If I tell the c... Read More »
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How to Raise Achievement Among the Poor Poverty is a chronic condition exacerbated by the negative, synergistic effects of multiple, adverse, economic risk factors that affect mind, body and soul. Kid... Read More »