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Recognize Great School Leaders!

Great teachers make great schools. They are the ones who work tirelessly to help students learn, grow, and achieve, the ones who make sure parents are satisfied with their children’s learning experience, the ones who never give up. 224 more words

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“In our world, everything comes down to relationships”

Special thanks to Shannon Nickinson, Editor of Progress + Promise, for granting What’s Right permission to reblog this post. Original blog from March 16, 2014, available… 395 more words

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Include Parents as a Member of Your Classroom's Team

In addition to the teachers and students, the class team also includes a third member, the parents or caregivers of students. When teachers help parents become part of the team rather than just spectators, they create a more supportive and open learning culture for the students. 331 more words

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"I plan my classes so that students can experience science..." Herber

These are the words of John Herber, Science Teacher at Oakcrest Elementary School  in Pensacola, Florida. Mr. Herber is one of People.com‘s 2013 Teachers of the Year! 299 more words

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Celebrate Great Principals And We Celebrate Great Schools

Great principals create the conditions that foster and nourish a school full of great teachers. October is National Principals Month and represents an opportunity to celebrate the work of these school leaders. 314 more words

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"[Mr. Waters is]... here for the students," Principal of Workman Middle School

Check out the article in the Pensacola News Journal recognizing Mr. Ronald Waters, science teacher at J.H. Workman Middle School in the Escambia County School District (FL). 286 more words

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