Conferences for Teachers: Academic Year 2020

Teachers in most states are required to take courses, attend conferences, or sit through professional development workshops to keep their certification. However, teachers often find these opportunities long and tedious, either irrelevant to their classes or too repetitive. Some conferences … Continue reading

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Proven Tips and Strategies to Face the State Summative Assessment

Regardless of what state students are getting their education in, state summative assessments are a challenge all students must face. Each state has different requirements and different subjects in which end of course assessments are given. There are a few … Continue reading

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Student Discipline in the Millennial Age

Many parents remember student discipline from their school years consisting of such things as standing in the corner, writing punishment assignments, Saturday detentions, or out of school suspensions. In 2014, the Department of Education issued guidelines for schools to reconsider … Continue reading

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Role of Principals in supporting Quality Education

Principals assume a vital part in the delivery of quality education. Their obligations incorporate guaranteeing educational strategies are set up that support viable learning for all students. They serve as a facilitator, guide, and supporter of quality instructional practices. Great … Continue reading

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Printed Practice Resource Now Available For Florida State Assessments (FSA) & Mississippi Assessment Program (MAP)

December 22, Piscataway, NJ Lumos Learning announced the launch of its new series of tedBooks for Florida State Assessments (FSA) and Mississippi Assessment Program (MAP) With many schools still opting for the paper-based assessments, educators shared their interest in printed … Continue reading

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Explore Careers in Technology & Engineering – NJIT

This session helps students to enhance their mathematics, science, and technological skills, also develop problem-solving and critical thinking skills. Information about the conference is available here: Registration / Information Program Costs: Application Fee: $60 (Non-Refundable) Tuition: $1260 (Includes Academic Materials) … Continue reading

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