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CTE Demonstrates the Benefits of Rigor and Relevance

At a time when educators struggle to get a majority of high school students graduated on time, students in Career and Technical Education graduate in record numbers. Nationally, more than 90-percent of CTE students graduate on time, while the average for all high school students is less than 75%. I offer for your examination – … Continue reading

The Only Constants in Education

The fad of the year… Initiative fatigue… the latest “new thing.” If there were a silver bullet to successfully educating children, someone would have fire that shot a long time ago.  Policy makers who try to force one-size-fits-all plans on schools and districts miss the point that all districts, all schools in all districts, and … Continue reading

The only constants in education

The fad of the year… Initiative fatigue… the latest “new thing.” If there were a silver bullet to successfully educating children, someone would have fire that shot a long time ago.  Policy makers who try to force one-size-fits-all plans on schools and districts miss the point that all districts, all schools in all districts, and … Continue reading

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The Centers for Quality Teaching and Learning expands and supports high quality teaching and effective, supportive leadership. QTL Processes bring together technology, teamwork, student data and research-based instruction to create more engaging lesson design for greater student achievement.

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