We’re well into the 21st Century, and the buzzwords of a new era are part of our daily lexicon now: project-based learning, design thinking, differentiation, personalization. And as the culture… read more →
First years at anything are hard. Kindergartners learn how to do school for the first time; middle and high schoolers learn how to navigate change not only in academics and… read more →
We want our students to achieve growth, both in and out of the classroom. And we know that simple shifts and practice can have a profound impact on both their… read more →
Our goal is to support and develop those differences so our students can bring all of themselves to the learning environment. And we need to consider a wide spectrum of differences: ability, age, gender identity/expression, race and ethnicity, religion, social class, and sexual orientation.