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We Have a Moral Obligation to Not Return to Normal

Craig Martin, Executive Director Pegasus Springs Education Collective Without question, this is an unprecedented time […]

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How to Raise a Reader in the Digital Age

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Five Smart Ways Educators Can Cultivate Positive Relationships with Parents and Caregivers

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Leading the “Reinventing” of Schools with Kevin Fahey

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Our partner, Venturing Studios, is offering a virtual class at this discounted rate to encourage students from around the country to join!

Weekly classes start Monday at 5 pm EST all via Zoom! #theatereducation #artsequity

Register here: https://t.co/i5W703DBHX

As we prepare for the start of the school year, what should we keep in mind—especially if online instruction plays a role? See 9 important reminders from @MelKitchenEDU and listen to the great podcast interview via @cultofpedagogy: https://t.co/FMUv1e1uye #edchat #SEL #teachers

Join @SchoolReformInc's 2020 Summer Meeting to practice the skills, habits, and dispositions of professional collaboration and reflective discourse using SRI protocols and resources.

Registration available here: https://t.co/KASTqP3oDU

A tribute to the often invisible but enduring work of #teachers via @JustinMinkel @educationweek. “We can try to capture what our students learn with us in numbers and test results, but in the end, it comes down to a thousand moments.” #edchat #teacherlife https://t.co/CMcOFz9Sf1

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