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Matthew Jablonski, a veteran teacher who has taught high school U.S. history for the past 16 years, argues that the culture of assessment--judging student achievement and teacher ability on the basis of standardized test scores--is doing more harm...
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Before class, one of my third-grade students came to me and showed me a picture of a dog that she had drawn. I noticed that it looked very much...
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The use of high-stakes achievement tests around the world have created controversy among teachers, parents, students, administrators, policy makers...
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Recess-it is a precious commodity to elementary students. Having it taken away can be a most painful experience. So when a group of gifted...
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C. M. Rubin's global education report In April, I continued my conversations with thought leaders around the world on many topics...
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If we want gifted kids to be creative, motivated, balanced, socially competent, passionate about learning, then as adults, we have to be the...
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  Everything Has a History...Even Tulips!  by Gail Skroback Hennessey With spring, comes the sprouting of tulips. Tulips have a...
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