Thinking About Social Justice and Education

Social Justice is defined as the equal access to (all) resources for everyone (Taylor, 2018). Bell (2016) states that social justice is both a goal and a process. As we…

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What About Math?

Much of our focus this year and every year is on literacy, but we know our mathematics instructional programs could also be refreshed. What can we do to learn more…

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School Suspensions are an Adult Behavior

Recently, in both our Tier I training and Tier I coaching sessions, we have focused on Responding to Challenging Behaviors.  A number of factors can effect behavior, from returning to…

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Guiding Children by Using Questions

Asking children questions is a way to guide them toward healthy behaviors by helping them  think about what they do—and what effect they have on others. Over the course of…

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Who are “Your People”?

Building Equity Through Barrier Removal We all have “our people.” Usually, we think of “our people” as those we turn to for help or a listening ear. As a leader,…

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Improving Your School and Family Partnership

By Megan Horstmeier School and family partnership have changed over the years. This pandemic has allowed us to see new and exciting ways that schools and families can partner to…

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