FROM THE EDITOR - Spring 2014

From stem to stern, education’s about the people. And as educators, we are in the people business. It’s not about the school. Or the classrooms. It’s not about the curriculum. Or the technology. It’s... Read More...

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Parents, Common Core, and Assessment

Just putting two of the three article topics together sounds like an explosion — parents and the Common Core or parents and assessment or assessment and Common Core. Putting all three together seems ... Read More...

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Transforming Staffulty

Dr. John F. McEwan, a friend and fellow Jostens Renaissance National Hall of Fame educator who passed away in May of last year, always opened his part of any presentation with a reminder for educator... Read More...

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Adding Common Sense Standards to Common Core

As I type this, estimates are that there have been more than 50 U.S. school shootings since the landmark tragedy at Columbine and at Sandy Hook, about a year and a half ago. It seems like a good time... Read More...

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Closing Learning Gaps in STEM Digital and Curriculum Prospects

Can digital curriculum products close the gaps in academic performance in STEM subjects for female students and for African-American students in particular? Such a discussion should start with the ge... Read More...


Learning From Massachusetts: Career & Technical Education Success

As a long-time superintendent of an award winning career technical high school in Massachusetts, I am often asked what has made our unique system so successful. To respond, I must first describe the ... Read More...


Are You Willing to Get Your Hands DIRTY?

In the 60s The year was 1965 and I was in eighth grade. My sister was dating a guy named Bill that did not like school, but was very talented mechanically. When graduation came, he barely made it... Read More...



Climate and energy are topics that afford many opportunities for middle and high school science teachers to engage students in inquiry around current challenges facing their communities and society. ... Read More...


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Issue 16.1 | Spring 2014

Southeast Education Network

Our Mission: to reinvigorate the spirit of American education

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