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The 5 top priority classroom practices

E-School News – Meris Stansbury

““If we don’t have enough time or resources to do everything we’re asked to do, or want to do in the classroom, what should we do?” Kevin Baird, Chairman of the Board at the nonprofit Center for College & Career Readiness, asked. With limited time and resources, teachers often have to prioritize what goes on in their classrooms. In “Yes They Can: The Five Highest Impact Priority Practices for Classrooms,” hosted by edWeb.net and sponsored by The Center for College & Career Readiness, Kevin delved into the top five critical classroom practices. Educators must start with the end goal in mind: college and career readiness. To get there, students must be able to read independently and proficiently at a certain level, and fluently apply math foundations.”(more)

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