As most of us face a partially or fully virtual start to the new school year, it might be beneficial to hear what students said they found most helpful for their own learning with online education. I teach 10th grade English in a public high school in Pennsylvania, and at the end of the school year this past spring, I asked my students to respond to the following question: What did any teacher do that helped you with online learning?
For parents who can afford it, a solution for fall: Bring the teachers to them
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How to do Your Homework on Selecting a Private School
NORTHERN VIRGINIA MAGAZINE
Written by Holly Leber Simmons
November 9, 2018
Choosing to send your child to private school can be a daunting decision. Here, education experts offer advice on what to consider before making the leap.