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James King Uncategorized

“How has remote teaching changed you as a teacher?” my principal asked. Like a good educator, this question came at the end of our discussion. He had already walked me through guiding questions that he knew would churn up a

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Platforms Vs. Foundations. Pre- and Post- Pandemic Metaphors

Amethyst Hinton Sainz Uncategorized

Lately I have been considering the term “learning platform.” If you are a teacher, you have likely been expected to utilize multiple learning platforms over the past decade. If you have been avoiding digital learning platforms, then you certainly have

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Winter Tree

Randi Fielding Education

What do you do when you feel dried up, vacant, and bare? What do you do when you feel you’re in an endless winter? How do you cope with knowing you’re not doing your best? I’ve read an absolutely beautiful, nurturing

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A Fully Funded Student

Jaime Festa-Daigle Uncategorized

This legislative session has started out like so many others in Arizona.  There are more bills moving through to once again expand vouchers (SB1452) and expand tax credits for private schools (SB1041).  This is in addition to the tax cuts

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