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AHS Advanced Academics May 23
Great work today APUSH, APES, and Physics 2! This year’s AP testing season is one for the books. Thank you and for getting through these weeks together. I also want to thank all the teachers and staff that helped make this such a success!
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Splendora ISD 16h
Greenleaf Elementary 2nd graders presented their wax museum projects. Students researched famous characters from history and learned how the person they selected contributed to history. The students then became that person.
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Anne Swift 15h
Just do it! Say yes in the NEU indicative ballot
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Christine Loyacano 18h
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BuckeyeTeacher 10h
And then VP says flat out, "Let's be clear about the subtext: they don't trust teachers." Word.
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More Than A Score 3h
10 and 11-year-olds took their earlier this month. Branded simple tests by these tests reduced pupils to tears. It's time to put an end to these tests. Our children are
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Stephanie Conklin May 16
As I sit on my patio this evening, I’d like to thank the powers that be for allowing me to “actively monitor” today’s 8th Gr STAAR. It’s always a pleasure to be the last of four, the hardest one, and of course, one that doesn’t count or matter to most of my Ss.
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SATjodie May 18
: Our Magoosh Take on the College Board's Move Towards "Adversity Scores"
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Splendora ISD May 22
Third graders from PWE have been researching historical figures and presented their project in a wax museum style.
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Christine Loyacano 19h
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More Than A Score May 21
Thank you for lending your support to the campaign today, calling for a halt to the current regime of standardised testing in primary schools
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More Than A Score May 19
Listen up last week, when you used children as data points to measure schools....this is how it panned out..... Children are
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Natalie M. Street May 21
There’s no I in TEAM and there’s definitely not one in CARROLLTON! K-2 teachers left little treats of encouragement for our 3rd Graders and former Ss as they begin SOL testing. Tomorrow isn’t just about 3rd grade...we’re ALL in this together!
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Splendora ISD May 17
GLE 4th grade Ss learned about the attributes and properties of materials that affect force and motion. Ss constructed race cars out of various types of materials and raced their cars on an indoor track.
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Splendora ISD May 22
The Hawaiian Islands came to life in first grade at Peach Creek Elementary! The class recently finished the book Junie B Jones Aloha-ha-ha. They transformed their classroom into Hawaii using their 5 senses to observe the properties of a coconut and a pineapple.
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Arlene Needham May 22
My G-babies had an amazing year at Peach Creek Elementary! Hats off to all the teachers and staff! You have made this campus the place to be!!!
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KelleyKiddos May 17
Getting my classroom "testing ready" for next week. My Ss have worked hard all year and are so ready, but I want them to remember this...
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More Than A Score May 24
Could you share a link for your petition? Thank you :-)
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Martin Francis May 23
Nothing like a camp fire song to cheer Year 6 on a week after completing their SATs!
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Donna Giles May 20
What an amazing poem written by our awesome headteacher for the children at the end of SATS week
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