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The college enrollment rate overall is 15 percent higher for the low-income students who use Florida tax credit scholarships, the study found. That climbs to about 40 percent higher for students who use a scholarship at least four years.
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Source: http://www.teachhub.com/turn-students-passionate-readers By: Jordan Catapano As soon as someone is told to do something, it stops being fun and starts being work. No matter what it is or how enjoyable it can be for a person, as soon as they are forced to do it, it feels like a chore. Unfortunately, this is also true for reading. Reading can be such an 
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Providing school choice to students with special needs allows families unhappy with their assigned public schools to find a program that meets their children’s individual needs.
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Source: http://www.advanc-ed.org/source/reading-engagement-how-emphasis-literacy-can-motivate-students-and-transform-school-culture   One of the most comedic depictions of disengaged high school students is also one of the most telling. In the 1986 movie Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, an economics teacher played by Ben Stein drones on about the Smoot-Hawley Tariff Act and its impact on the Depression-era economy. His efforts to engage students through questioning—“anyone? anyone?!”—utterly fail to engender eye contact, much less attention. While 
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Let’s face it… ...parents (and kids) are busy! It is difficult to “fit in” all that needs to be done in a day.
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Kellie Potter Principal, The Broach School – Bradenton My love for education began when I was a child. Being a part of my school community, getting to know other families, participating in school events, all while enjoying the challenges of rigorous academics, taught by caring teachers filled me with a great desire to be an educator. I have been blessed 
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Source: https://www.greatschools.org/gk/articles/building-schools/ Establish clearly defined school-wide behavior expectations rather than rules that describe only general principles. Here is an example of a clearly defined rule: “No teasing. Teasing is name-calling, starting rumors, gestures, or other actions that are likely to make students feel bad about themselves.” Use predictable and escalating consequences for aggression rather than creating a unique consequence for each 
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There are many factors which come into play in determining the quality of your child’s education, but one thing that many parents overlook is student-teacher ratio.
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As we sail through the 21st century, technology in the classroom is becoming more and more predominant.
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