Monthly Archives: July 2017

A Word about Reading Levels

The following link will take you to an excellent explanation of the value of determining and using reading levels to guide students to improve their reading.  Fortunately, the American Association of School Librarians has also weighed in.  Great read! Librarians … Continue reading

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Checking Perceptions

This one by Tricia Bishop is great!        Read here

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Who is really running public education?

Interesting post from Emily Talmage, a teacher from Maine. Read the blog post

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The Best Intentions…

    Here is an excerpt from Ann Constantino’s Part 3 of the series “The Unintended Consequences of the Obama Administration’s Well-Intentioned ReThink Discipline Movement”. Youth violence is the number one concern reported by TABCO, Baltimore County’s teachers association. Even a … Continue reading

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