Recovery. Our approach to returning to school in September 2021 has to be one of recovery. The challenge faced by educators is that recovery must be as unique as the impact of the pandemic was on each child. Mental health is as much of a concern as is unfinished learning. Teachers, counselors, social workers, nurses, … Continue reading 7 R’s Reveal Back to School Realities Post COVID
It is well-known that many regulations of all kinds have been altered and amended in our world this year as a result of the pandemic we have experienced. Educator evaluations in Tennessee are no exception. The following amendment has been added to the evaluation protocol for the school year 2020-21: The new Tennessee law provides … Continue reading 2020-21 EDUCATOR EVALUATION GUIDANCE: GROWTH AND ACHIEVEMENT SCORES
Martin Luther King Jr. was born in the deep south of America and experienced racism from an early age. This had much to do with his being a pivotal figure in the march for Civil Rights in the south and all over the country. America was forever changed because of him and his profound speeches. … Continue reading Famous Quotes of Martin Luther King Jr.
Here are some tips for YOU, Educators, that we hope you may use to practice some self-care!
What is the easiest way to predict a student’s academic achievement in school? No, it is not a socioeconomic status or how prestigious the school is where the child attends. It is the extent to which families encourage learning at home, and are they engaged in their child’s education. Parents can help their children learn … Continue reading 7 Reasons Parents Need to Be Involved in Their Children’s Education