The future belongs to the next generation. Today’s students will one day be responsible for the health and well-being of society. Simply put, students will be tomorrow’s caretakers of the values and institutions of their respective local communities as well as the entire nation. Civic responsibility not only has a profound impact on individual students Read more about Why Civic Responsibility in Education is Becoming Increasingly Important[…]
The COVID-19 pandemic has severely disrupted education across the United States. With distant learning measures in place for well over a year, student learning and engagement are at an all-time low. With the return of in-person learning on the horizon, many students and educators feel anxious about navigating the upcoming academic school year. As students Read more about 3 Ways Educators Can Support Students in the Upcoming Academic School Year[…]
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By David A. Gamberg “Education is not preparation for life; education is life itself.” – John Dewey What is most essential about the ways in which our students of all ages engage in the learning process? How often do we say, or more importantly do students hear, “you will need this for the test”? How Read more about A Vision for Education: Student Connectedness at the Center[…]
Teachers have been the unsung heroes of the Coronavirus Pandemic. Their roles as educators have expanded beyond teaching with students. Teachers have become veritable jacks-of-all-trades struggling to balance multiple roles as tech support, social workers, and content creators. While teachers are juggling work with their students, they are managing their own lives with spouses, children, Read more about Educator Spotlight: Remote Teaching Lessons Learned[…]
The late, honorable Dr. Joe Rella who was the superintendent at the Comsewogue school district on Long Island would start his many speaking events by saying “Kasserian ingera” and then translating it to say, “How are the children?” He would go on to explain this was the traditional greeting that passed between the most fearsome Read more about How Are the Children?[…]