This is what I use for my boys’ papers and memorabilia.
Whether it’s homework, classwork, or art projects, it’s as though the stacks grow like Gremlins overnight.
When my oldest son started school many years ago, I enjoyed looking through all of the papers he would bring home.
By making sure the “trains run on time” and focusing on the day-to-day decisions involved in managing the instructional process, school and district administrators may be able to substantially increase student learning at modest cost.
In this paper, we describe three organizational reforms that recent evidence suggests have the potential to increase K–12 student performance at modest costs: (1) Starting school later in the day for middle and high school students; (2) Shifting from a system with separate elementary and middle schools to one with schools that serve students in kindergarten through grade eight; (3) Managing teacher assignments with an eye toward maximizing student achievement (e.g.
I loved talking with him about the drawings and paintings he had created, and I wanted to keep everything because each piece of work was a treasure to me.
However, by the time he started second grade and my youngest started kindergarten, I was back teaching in the classroom.
ABSTRACT Education reform proposals are often based on high-profile or dramatic policy changes, many of which are expensive, politically controversial, or both.
In this paper, we argue that the debates over these “flashy” policies have obscured a potentially important direction for raising student performance—namely, reforms to the management or organization of schools.
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