Amidst all the fuss about (and money spent on) the Common Core, Mass-Customized Learning, proficiency-based education, and the collection and use of data we must not forget that the quality of human experiences in a school is what ultimately determines the learning outcomes of the students. If the adults in a school don’t feel satisfied professionally, then the students won’t thrive. We can […]
Notes from a Corner of the Country
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