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http://textproject.org/assets/tds/text-complexity-and-the-ccss/module-5/Module%25205-Qualitative%2520Measures-Instructor.pdf

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7 Ways School Leaders Can Use Teacher Observations More Effectively

7 Ways School Leaders Can Use Teacher Observations More Effectively | college and career ready | Scoop.it
7 Ways School Leaders Can Use Teacher Observations More Effectively

Via Tom D'Amico (@TDOttawa)
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A Principal's Reflections: A Title Doesn't Make You a Leader

A Principal's Reflections: A Title Doesn't Make You a Leader | college and career ready | Scoop.it

I pondered just sending out the title of this post as a tweet – short, sweet (well not so much), and to the point.  Instead of just throwing out a sound bite into the social media abyss a detailed explanation is in order.  Now here’s why.  As of late I have been working with a greater number of teachers across the country on digital leadership and learning.  During the many conversations that ensue over the course of the workshop a common theme has developed and that is real change can only come from the adults that have a specific title such as Board of Education member, superintendent, other central office administrators, principals, supervisors, etc. Immediately upon hearing this I share stories of many “leaders” by title that I have come in contact with over the years, or observed from afar, that did anything but lead.  I would also bet that I am not the only one who feels this way either. 


Via Patti Kinney, Mark E. Deschaine Ph.D., Cindy Riley Klages
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I'm Not Sure Which Common Core You're Reading, But Mine Supports Choice.

I'm Not Sure Which Common Core You're Reading, But Mine Supports Choice. | college and career ready | Scoop.it
The Common Core doesn't just support choice, it mandates it. I'm not sure which Common Core you're reading, but here's what mine says.

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Sweden should urgently reform its school system to improve quality and equity

Sweden should urgently reform its school system to improve quality and equity | college and career ready | Scoop.it
Sweden has failed to improve its school system despite a series of reforms in recent years. A more ambitious, national reform strategy is now urgently needed to improve quality and equity in education, according to a new OECD report.

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An Atlas of Upward Mobility Shows Paths Out of Poverty ~ NY Times ~ Edited by David Leonhardt

An Atlas of Upward Mobility Shows Paths Out of Poverty ~ NY Times ~ Edited by David Leonhardt | college and career ready | Scoop.it

"...economists say the study offers perhaps the most detailed portrait yet of upward mobility — and the lack of it. The findings suggest that geography does not merely separate rich from poor but also plays a large role in determining which poor children achieve the so-called American dream.

"How neighborhoods affect children “has been a quandary with which social science has been grappling for decades,” said David B. Grusky, director of the Center on Poverty and Inequality at Stanford University, who was not involved in the resear