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When we think about a successful school, we usually envision students who are well adjusted and achieving academic excellence. We imagine a faculty dedicated to the highest standards of education and the development of their student’s innate abilities. … Continue reading
Recent headlines in leading publications for K12 educators and administrators have been heavily focused on Web 2.0 issues. Additional attention has also been paid to budgetary concerns and ways to increase technology usage with limited funds. For example, … Continue reading
Any district administrator or school principal can testify that parent teacher conferences are generally a logistical headache. Coordinating teacher and parent itineraries takes hours of time for secretaries and office managers. Sometimes, teachers and other faculty need to get … Continue reading