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Teacher Self-Care 101
Educators are notoriously bad at taking care of themselves. In this professional paper excerpt, Danielle Sullivan, National Director of Content and Implementation at Curriculum Associates, delivers empathy and actionable advice for educators who are just starting their self-care journey.
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Four Personalized Learning Essentials

Teachers need personalized learning platforms they can trust to help them efficiently and effectively address unfinished learning. In this article, we describe four components that are essential to excellent programs.

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Rare Opportunities and Relationships: An Extraordinary Educator Offers Advice on Remote Special Education Instruction
Amanda Kipnis, who has taught a day class for students with moderate-to-severe learning disabilities for more than 15 years, shares how teaching her students remotely has improved her relationships with parents, introduced her to excellent new instructional tools, and made her a “better teacher.”
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Three Actions That Will Accelerate Learning in 2021 

We have the unique opportunity to re-envision education in 2021. Accelerated learning strategies will need to empower educators to use data effectively to personalize learning and create safe, equitable classrooms.

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