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// October 2018
OCT
30
2018

THE JOURNEY, A “Person First, Student Second” High School Freshman Curriculum

By: Kathleen B. King, Akribos Guest Contributor   Unprompted notes given to me by a few high school freshmen:   “I barely have any friends. Everyone thinks I am weird and ugly.” – Rachel   “I have been having problems studying. I study really hard and the day
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OCT
16
2018

How to Increase Adult Engagement and Motivation

Do you look forward to going to work most days? Do you feel that your work matters? Are you part of the decision-making process in your school or district? Do you use your unique strengths and talents most days? If you answered, “Yes” to the above questions, it is highly likely
OCT
02
2018

When Trajectories of Change Cross

Trajectories are easy to draw, hard to accurately predict, and easy to miss. Think for a moment about how scientists at NASA might compute the trajectory of a rocket that must land on the asteroid Ceres in ten years. That calculation has to be precise, knowing where Ceres is