Each grade presents a new challenge for students & teachers. The evolution of the student is a journey that starts in pre-k and ends in twelfth grade.
Being a new school principal can be overwhelming. These are some of the first things a new principal should do to help launch a successful career.
The beginning of school means many things to different people. For principals it can be most stressful, particularly if you are not prepared.
Going back to school after summer break can be exciting, nerve racking, and hectic for teachers. It may be the most important time of the year.
The first year is arguably the most difficult, simply because a first year teacher is typically not prepared for all that will be thrown at them.
Parental involvement is a critical component of educational success. Parents should seek out opportunities to get involved with their child's school.
School safety and security should always be a high priority for schools. The following practical strategies will help address several vulnerabilities.
Being a part of the teaching profession is an honor, but it has progressively become a less attractive career option for a variety of reasons.
A disruptive student minimizes learning opportunities for other students. These strategies will help a teacher handle and reduce these disruptions.
Teachers should strive to make the most of summer break. It is essential to have a well balanced summer to refresh both personally and professionally.