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After teaching for 20 years in Palm Beach County, Lhisa Almashy has one piece of advice for teachers, “Remember the power of one.”
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Far too many boys don’t get the support at home or in the community they need to thrive as adults. Instead, that job falls almost completely on their teachers.
In a role reversal, Ms. O’Bryant and other teachers at Brick Avon Academy are getting pointers from their students this year as part of an unusual teacher training.
The recent national conversation about our K-12 schools has done a remarkable job of reducing complex issues to simple choices.
The recent report by a Chicago-based research group underscores what teachers, principals and student have told me for years
The way we provide professional learning experiences and support our nation’s teachers is a running source of debate