Thursday, November 30, 2017

Educational Links 12/1/17


What Does It Take to Create Diverse Schools? Meet the Pioneers Making It Happen



View the Evolution of Digital Technology



Top 10 Resources for STEM Fundin


Having Patience as a Teacher: How to Cope with Inevitable Pet Peeves


School Planners Face Daunting Task in Matching Facilities, Enrollment

Cultivating a Love of Reading in the Digital Age



The reluctance to confirm that a child is “dyslexic” goes beyond avoiding a label that could harm kids. Public schools nationwide have long refused to use the word, allowing many of them to avoid providing special education services as required by federal law. According to dozens of interviews with parents, students, researchers, lawyers and teachers across the country, many public schools are not identifying students with dyslexia and are ignoring their needs.

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