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Ensuring Rigor in the Differentiated Classroom with Barbara Blackburn
Watch this 15-minute webinar, part of the TEPSA Fast 15 series, for tips on ensuring rigor for all students.

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Responding to Politically Correct Forms of Resistance
Read this article by Tom Many for ideas on responding to common forms of resistance and moving your staff forward. Discover best practices from Tom Many and other educational leaders in the TEPSA News.

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Do You Have Children with Challenging Behaviors in Your Classroom? Try Positive Guidance
In this article, Mary Jamsek shares how positive guidance requires an understanding of human development and a teacher who can observe, facilitate and scaffold children’s emotional and social development.
Explore in-depth research from national education experts in the Instructional Leader.

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School Improvement Issues for High-Poverty Schools by Ruby Payne
More than half of all children in public schools now come from poverty. In this first article in a three-part series learn how high-poverty schools can move towards improvement. Explore in-depth research from national education experts in the Instructional Leader.

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SBEC Discipline Cases: What They Are and How to Avoid Them
Principals and assistant principals don’t get sent to the office, but they can end up with a discipline case. Explore a disciplinary case and learn how to avoid one with TEPSA Outside General Counsel Kevin Lungwitz.

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Keep Calm: You’re Being Recorded
From hallways, to special education classrooms, to grievance conferences, you need to know the requirements and special considerations for video and audio recording. Get an overview of requirements and responsibilities in this webinar with Outside General Counsel Kevin Lungwitz.

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