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There seems to be an aversion to the idea of standardization in education. But standardization can allow teachers to have the time and freedom to meet individual needs when those needs vary from the majority.
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- Hear the voices of practitioners at #comm_college and in #k12 using improvement science on Carnegie's new site. http://t.co/Ley8R5WLzk
- A #growthmindset is key for high achieving students, luckily we can help students develop it. https://t.co/UlrRV3ZQX9 #edtech via @EdSurge
- Carnegie President Tony Bryk at #SUNYcon14 : "Our society values what we can measure, but we often can’t measure what we value." #data