Spotlight Story

Donna Schulze, above, is a paraeducator at Phelps Luck School in the Howard County Public Schools in Maryland.
9/18/2014

Paraeducators are no longer on the periphery of the classroom. Now a significant part of the learning process, they are facilitating one-on-one and small-group instruction among special needs students.

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During the ceremony, students held banners that read “Thank you” in English, Spanish and French.
9/18/2014
Alison DeNisco
K8 school offers bilingual immersion courses in English, Spanish and French
Anton Inglese, CIO at Batavia Public School District in Illinois, helps a student practice a math lesson on his tablet. He says he gained more insight into classroom practices while studying for the CETL test, and now considers the big picture when upgrading technology.
9/16/2014
Jessica Terrell
Today’s top IT jobs demand customer-service and business skills
9/15/2014
Alison DeNisco
Graduation rates reach historic high but report also sites factors in why students leave school
Second-graders at Walker Elementary School in the West Allis-West Milwaukee School District use Follett’s Destiny Quest mobile app to locate digital resources in libraries and on Follett Shelf.
9/15/2014
Kylie Lacey
Software frees librarians to focus on digital literacy

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