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In 2018, @TheAtlantic published a special issue, commemorating the 50th anniversary of MLK’s assassination. “Letter From Birmingham Jail,” first published in 1963, was featured in its entirety and available online. #MLKDay2020 #edchat #teachertwitter https://t.co/9AedKu3hkS

Like a towering forest, we reach the heights to which we aspire only by collaborating and entwining the roots of our efforts. #edchat #SchoolCulture #PLCs #EdLeaders

Don’t want to be either too permissive or too authoritarian? How do we find an effective “balanced” approach for guiding kids? See the latest blog post from the Spark & Stitch Institute by @Erin_K_Walsh. #teenbrain #teachers #parenting https://t.co/2kQgdrDK8l

Why does the “common” approach to school improvement often fail to yield the impact we desire? Author and educator Kevin Fahey discusses this question in our interview about the new @TCPress book, The Uncommon Theory of School Change. #edchat #principals https://t.co/k3JEnZVaj3

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