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4 Ways to Maximize Your School Purchasing Budget

4 Ways to Maximize Your School Purchasing Budget

By Keith Cincotta, ISS Director of School Services/Senior Leadership Executive, Managed SchoolsAs we navigate the ripple effects and challenges of COVID-19, schools around the world face a heightened need to make the most of their purchasing budgets this year. With...

Promising Stories, Part 6: It’s All About Relationships

Promising Stories, Part 6: It’s All About Relationships

This is the sixth and last part of the essay series by Laura Benson, ISS Director of Curriculum and Professional Development. Read Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, and Part 5. Promising Stories: Culturally Responsive Literacy Learning and Teaching to Champion...

Promising Stories, Part 5: Books are Mirrors and Windows

Promising Stories, Part 5: Books are Mirrors and Windows

This is the fifth in a multi-part series by Laura Benson, ISS Director of Curriculum and Professional Development. Find other installments here: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 6. Promising Stories: Culturally Responsive Literacy Learning and Teaching to Champion...

Promising Stories, Part 1: Introduction

Promising Stories, Part 1: Introduction

This is the first in a multi-part series by Laura Benson, ISS Director of Curriculum and Professional Development. Find other installments here: Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6. Promising Stories: Culturally Responsive Literacy Learning and Teaching to Champion...

Students as Agents of Antiracism

Students as Agents of Antiracism

Laura BensonDirector of Curriculum and Professional Development Originally Published in the October 2020 Edition of NewsLinksJudgment. Connection. Acceptance. Rejection. How do we see people? How do we invite them into our lives or keep them out? As John Eligon said...

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