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Culturally diverse students, like all students, are vulnerable to teacher expectations. The Rosenthal and Jacobson study of 1968 was the first full-length study to suggest that teacher expectations, even when ...

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EdTech spend is driving higher ed IT Leaders to be at the forefront of IT service management (ITSM) maturity, according to a new research paper.  Knowledge Centered Service (KCS) and ...

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    If you’ve taken any Psychology 101 course, the age-old “nature vs. nurture” debate was likely covered. While the debate has yet to be settled (spoiler alert: it will never be settled), we can apply the same principles to the psychology of academic achievement and why some individuals are apt for more success in the classroom. ...
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    Benjamin Franklin once said, “An investment in knowledge pays the best interest.” His thoughts are shared by many elected officials who believe education is the key to reducing the United States prison population.  Over the past thirty years, significant research has been conducted to assess if attending college courses during incarceration reduces recidivism.   Over ...
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    Culturally diverse students, like all students, are vulnerable to teacher expectations. The Rosenthal and Jacobson study of 1968 was the first full-length study to suggest that teacher expectations, even when based on erroneous information, can influence the academic performance of children. This harmful practice is commonly known as the Pygmalion Effect. The educational difficulties that ...
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    You might wonder in this time where everything is digital if having a classroom library is actually necessary and it turns out that it is. Children spend so much time in front of media devices that it is easy to forget what is truly important in school. According to Hilliard City Schools, “A very valuable ...
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    In all phases of K-12 education: elementary school, middle school, and high school, it has become the norm to group students together based on their perceived academic aptitude. This is what is known as “educational tracking.” It began in the 1920s. With most schools, there was a temporary break from this in the 1960s and ...
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