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Want to improve your district’s retirement offerings for teachers? Start by ensuring that you understand these terms.

The master schedule determines what students learn, who they learn from and who they learn with. Scheduling software is key to maximizing students’ and teachers’ learning time. 

Five online resources for administrators.

San Diego USD sets guidelines for master scheduling. The district includes these five strategies. 

While testing in the U.S. has become more about ranking schools and even teachers, in most of the developed world, tests make or break a student’s future, sometimes before the age of 12.

Districts are building supports for students in foster care—from raising awareness, providing PD and creating special programs to adding specialized staff and even running permanent group homes.

Increasing awareness for educators is critical. Here are seven things to know.

How young people who age out of foster care can help current students.

1. Server room to classroom—Expand your focus from maintaining networks and hardware to helping choose instructional software.

2. Gearhead to gear guide—Fix devices and show teachers and students how to use them.

3. Tech provider to tech trimmer—Assess what programs and applications drive student achievement.

4. Data generator to data analyzer—Provide easy-to-read reports from various platforms so administrators and teachers can quickly assess student progress.

How PD enables K12 educators to create an inclusive environment that allows all learners to thrive.

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