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  • Does the public have a First Amendment right to post comments on a public official’s Twitter feed?

    Does the public have a First Amendment right to post comments on a public official’s Twitter feed?

    Social media plays an integral role in the transmission of news, ideas, opinions, and personal expression.

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  • Take charge and be ready for the next earthquake

    Take charge and be ready for the next earthquake

    Resilient communities and families learn the lessons from every prior earthquake to have the best chance of surviving the next disaster uninjured and quickly on the way to recovery.

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  • Legal issues associated with live streaming

    Legal issues associated with live streaming

    Before deciding to stream an event online, districts should carefully consider these potential legal issues.

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  • How should principals spend their time?

    How should principals spend their time?

    A principal’s duties and responsibilities continue to compound. Over the past five years, new school leader standards and high-stakes accountability have expanded the work scope dramatically.

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  • Why you need to talk, talk, talk to young children

    Why you need to talk, talk, talk to young children

    Experts, including faculty members from the Brandman University Early Childhood Education (ECE) and Psychology programs, share advice for parents with young children and discuss how we learn language.

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  • Janus vs. AFSCME: Public Employer/Employee Relations Toolkit

    Janus vs. AFSCME: Public Employer/Employee Relations Toolkit

    The Court’s 5-4 decision immediately affects laws in at least 22 states, including California, that currently allow public sector unions to charge and collect agency or fair share fees.

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  • Coaches and principals need time to reflect: 4 summer reflection questions

    Coaches and principals need time to reflect: 4 summer reflection questions

    Taking time to reflect on the school year, just after it ends, can serve as a valuable tool for thinking about how you might want to approach the upcoming school year.

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  • 3 steps to creating a personalized literacy environment in the digital age

    3 steps to creating a personalized literacy environment in the digital age

    Explore teaching practices and digital learning tools that help students develop the skills they will need to thrive in our tech-driven world

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  • Got a problem? Think creatively and learn from third-graders

    Got a problem? Think creatively and learn from third-graders

    The Child Creativity Lab, an education program that makes use of reclaimed and reusable materials, sparks the imaginations of children and adults.

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  • ACSA Partner The Center for Powerful Public Schools seeks Executive Director

    ACSA Partner The Center for Powerful Public Schools seeks Executive Director

    Executive Director, Center for Powerful Public Schools

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  • Reading suggestions for educators this summer

    Reading suggestions for educators this summer

    Catch up on some professional development and reading (in between visits to the beach and not thinking about school).

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  • In Janus v. AFSCME decision, Supreme Court rules agency fees unconstitutional

    In Janus v. AFSCME decision, Supreme Court rules agency fees unconstitutional

    In a blow to unions across the nation, the Supreme Court has ruled that public sector agency fee arrangements violate the First Amendment of the United States Constitution.

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  • Top 7 things districts should know about civil rights in the 21st century

    Top 7 things districts should know about civil rights in the 21st century

    AALRR provides legal tools and practical guidance to achieve excellence.

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  • How can California be a beacon on a hill if it’s leaving its students at the base of the mountain?

    How can California be a beacon on a hill if it’s leaving its students at the base of the mountain?

    In California, the number of students of color and low-income who are admitted to and complete college are still too few.

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  • History teacher’s passion for intentional design pays off for students

    History teacher’s passion for intentional design pays off for students

    Learn about how high school teacher Chris Cumiford uses his unique life experiences and passion to challenge his students.

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  • Bringing coherence to future ready planning

    Bringing coherence to future ready planning

    Leaders recognize the importance of aligning technology with effective instructional strategies to support teaching and student advancement.

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  • “The arc of the moral universe is bent toward justice”: An interview with Gary Howard

    “The arc of the moral universe is bent toward justice”: An interview with Gary Howard

    Gary Howard speaks about what the current political and educational climate means for progress toward educational equity.

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  • How similarities could improve teacher-student relationships

    How similarities could improve teacher-student relationships

    Positive relationships can lead to better educational outcomes for adolescent students.

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  • Keys to leading a successful digital transition

    Keys to leading a successful digital transition

    How can administrators ensure a smooth and successful digital transition in schools?

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  • Student engagement tips from students

    Student engagement tips from students

    Students are the recipients of those products and that makes them major stakeholders in the education system.

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