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The Individual Project: Idea development & Research

The Individual Project assignment is a rare opportunity to experiment with formats and storytelling techniques because of how open its brief is. However, as exciting as this freedom of choice is, it’s also challenging. 563 more words

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It's a work of heART!

On Tuesday evening, Lyndonville School hosted many special events for community members to attend. These events included a Common Core Night, a Walk-A-Thon, a special presentation and panel discussion with the Genesee/Orleans Council on Alcoholism and Substance Abuse and a student art show. 179 more words


Judge Tosses Out Lawsuit From White Teacher Suspended For Using N-Word

A federal judge on Thursday tossed out a civil suit filed by a White Chicago public school teacher who claims he should not have been disciplined for… 216 more words


ISS Sports: A chance to shine on and off the field

This semester, close to half of our students are participating in springtime sports, and, because they are equally at home on the stage as on the field, many also take part in choir, drama, and other extracurricular outlets—while also preparing for AP exams that they will take in May. 404 more words


5 More Ways In Which We, as Teachers, Fail Our Students


In a previous article, and much to the annoyance of several colleagues, I shared with readers 5 ways in which I think we fail our students. 770 more words

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Weekly Highlights for March 27

Check out this week’s advancement news worldwide, the latest CASE news, trending discussions on CASE communities and content shared by member institutions. Have something to share? 387 more words

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Let's Find Out: Blast from the Past

Kate Wiggins, Host
Daryan Jones, Videographer

In this week’s episode of Let’s Find Out, Kate wiggins and Daryan Jones are on the journey into the past to find out how students feel about old-new trends. 7 more words

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