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Cathy Pressnell 23h
Happening right here in Tennessee, y’all!
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Teresa Franks 14h
This cannot be overstated. Poverty is not the REASON our 4th graders can't read, it's the EXCUSE.
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Abigail Dougherty 9h
Great post on what fluency means as readers progress
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Pam Batchelor Dec 4
Everyday, I try to learn something new and reflect on where I need to grow as a person. Why? Because I believe we should never stop learning and without constant reflection, we lose the awareness of our own potential.
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Sammy 2h
If the person I am now met the person I was over a year ago, I would’ve smacked myself in the face.
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Sammi 2h
This should be obvious but since it isn’t to some people: don’t tell your child they have no talent, a horrible personality and that everyone hates them and pretends to like them. That can really stunt emotional growth and self esteem.
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Mrs. Hugs and Kisses 💋 Dec 6
Replying to @kissessogood
This not a good positive look for young rappers being in the entertainment world, and should be professional even for our young black men.
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Rachel Juergensen Dec 4
When someone points out that you are marginalizing a group of people you don’t get to decide you didn’t.
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Central Middle School Dec 6
Promoting kindness in December—
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Teresa Franks Dec 6
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Patricia Santilli Dec 3
Thank you for the inspiration behind this idea! I saw your board and immediately asked my principal for permission. I hope my peers will learn from and appreciate these resources. thank you for compiling the resources!
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seatoskyremoval Dec 6
Well, that’s unfortunate. This pile of perfectly recyclable styrofoam could have easily been diverted to the recycling centre right next door instead of sitting in the waste building with the rest of the garbage waiting to be hauled off to the landfill. 😩
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Brian Troop Dec 6
Big insight: teens who don’t go to bed at 9:30 like they used to are not “disobedient” they are just “not tired” the science of why we sleep explains this!
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Frances Knight Thompson Nov 30
Great read for those interested in underrepresented populations in gifted ed. “Brilliance is unquestionably distributed equally, but opportunity is not.”
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Rachel Noble Dec 6
If I went back, knowing what I know now, I might screw it all up worse, thinking I was making it all better.
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✝️ KEILAH 🎶 Dec 4
Saw this on the book. Best believe my child(ren) WILL NOT experience the trauma that I’ve experienced.
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Missy Widmann Dec 5
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Natalie Davis Dec 4
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Felicia Davis Dec 6
Sign me up for the team! All guns should be REGISTERED like cars then we can keep them out of the wrong hands at home & abroad! And trace them back to smugglers & illicit street sales.
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Dr. Colleen E. Stearns Dec 4
Replying to @ColleenStearns2
2/2: TX is in a knowledge-poor, skills-heavy bubble that will continue to widen the educational achievement and equity gap between Texas children and children in other states, as evidenced by the latest NAEP scores.
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