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Social, Emotional, and Academic Development: SEADing the Path Forward

(My recent blog post for the Institute for Student Achievement. You can see the original here.) Soon, many young people will graduate high school and head off on a new adventure. Whether their journey leads to enrolling in college, going … Continue reading

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On seeing your teacher at the grocery store

There is that story that teachers tell about seeing a student outside the context of the school building, the student completely flummoxed by the teacher being in, say, the grocery store or at the gas station. “I’d thought you lived … Continue reading

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Tuesday Tidbits, October 26, 2010

Yup – almost Halloween. Scary! Sean Slade from the Healthy School Communities was the guest blogger for Valerie Strauss’ Washington Post blog Answer Sheet back in August; see his post about social and emotional learning. He writes about the school … Continue reading

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