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September 26, 2016

Close Up on Charlestown High: Using Video to Create Time for Teachers

By Alexander Kalamaroff Of all the resources a school can have, the most valuable (alongside money) is time—time for teachers to plan, to grade, to make calls home, to observe each other’s classrooms, and to think big picture about what instruction means at our schools. Yet there is never enough time in any given school

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August 3, 2016

Arts Education in the Mix

by Emily Bozentka It may not surprise you to hear that when budget cuts hit schools, arts education is often the first to go. That No Child Left Behind’s (NCLB) focus on math and English Language Arts (ELA) test scores negatively impacted students’ access to courses in the arts, especially for students of color and low-income

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