GSP - A Blog for Educators
by David Ruff Politics and education are never far apart. Costs for public education are paid out of tax dollars, and governance of school districts is
by Jean Haeger Educating our youth through a pandemic is causing us to rethink almost everything we do in schools. How do we know what’s working?
by Kate Gardoqui The Great Schools Partnership recently published a tool called Using Data to Inform Instruction, which can help educators make sense of data and
by Jean Haeger Perhaps you’ve always wanted to extend students’ learning opportunities beyond the classroom walls, or, perhaps this pandemic has highlighted the need for learning
by Kate Gardoqui The COVID-19 shutdown has closed off so many opportunities to so many students; in some ways, the education story of this year is
by Christina Horner “Our nation was born in genocide when it embraced the doctrine that the original American, the Indian, was an inferior race. Even before
by Christina Horner“We only hire the best and the brightest. And when it comes to people of color, they’ve been neither.” – My former bossA decade