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SEL Today Q&A: Heidi Armstrong, Assistant Superintendent of Student Support Services, Hawai‘i Department of Education

SEL Today Q&A: Heidi Armstrong, Assistant Superintendent of Student Support Services, Hawai‘i Department of Education

Heidi Armstrong was appointed in February 2019 as Assistant Superintendent for the Office of Student Support Services after serving in ...
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Social-Emotional Learning Can be Transformational for Alternative Schools

Social-Emotional Learning Can be Transformational for Alternative Schools

By Ceatriss Wall and Elisa Harrison, published in Equity & Access PreK-12 This 50-student alternative high school in Wyoming is building ...
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The Power of Place

The Power of Place

By Tom Vander Ark, CEO of Getting Smart I’m writing this post 365 days after finishing the draft of my ...
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10 Questions Principals Should Ask Teachers During the Hiring Process to Prioritize Social-Emotional Learning (SEL)

10 Questions Principals Should Ask Teachers During the Hiring Process to Prioritize Social-Emotional Learning (SEL)

By Joshua Bobrow and Brandon Frame During these challenging times in which gross racial injustice and a pandemic have contributed ...
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Using Comics & Courageous Conversations to Support Culturally Relevant Education

Using Comics & Courageous Conversations to Support Culturally Relevant Education

An equity-focused teacher explains how comics help her navigate difficult conversations about social justice and identity with young students. By ...
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Establishing Digital Rapport for Families of Children With Special Needs

Establishing Digital Rapport for Families of Children With Special Needs

By Lindsay Kapsa, originally published in the Jan/Feb 2021 issue of Equity & Access Families and schools are dealing with a lot right ...
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