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  • Repetitive Cycle of Remediation

    Much of public schools’ instructional practices are designed to rehab or repair a student’s learning deficit. These remediation and corrective methods help resolve a student’s skills gap quickly and effectively. This is a widely-recommended instructional practice because of its success rate in reducing… Read More ›

  • The Spoon-Feeding Mindset

    When I started as a training consultant, I was hesitant about working with non-educational organizations. I was worried that business minded clients would not take me seriously because my primary experience was in education. Well, I quickly discover, that my experience in the… Read More ›

  • Why have Schools Abandoned Performance Assessments?

    Performance assessments were once a hot topic in education. School districts across the nation anticipated that Common Core State Standards national test would resemble a performance assessment. This spur school systems to train all their staff  in how to design and implement performance assessments…. Read More ›

  • School Vouchers are a Limited Solution

    Parents and educational advocates, who support school choice, believe that school vouchers are just another option to help disadvantaged students receive a first-class education. School voucher programs allow parents to use monetary vouchers from the city, state or federal government… Read More ›