Sunday, July 30, 2017

Educational Links 7/31/17

Helping Learners Move Beyond “I Can’t Do This”

Total Solar Eclipse--August 21!

Write-On Tables

Hidden Inequities

Have a Clear Vision as a Leader to Enable Success

Education Inequality Starts Early

What Happens if Schools and Districts Miss New Academic Goals? Maybe Nothing

We need to talk about those goals. 
The long-term targets states have put forward in the Every Student Succeeds Act have gotten a lot of attention, positive and negative. What's a goal? Think about things like 75 percent of students scoring proficient in English/language arts in 13 years, or getting a certain share of kids to graduate on time in eight years.
But there's something else you should know here: In several situations there may not be any consequences for missing these big targets.

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