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AC&E/Equity & Access Online Journal
August-October 2020 Issue

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MENTAL HEALTH SUPPORT FOR EDUCATORS

 Empower U  Founder Katie Dorn is our guest  on how important the mental  and emotional health of  educators is to the success equation in schools today for  for total school health in these stressful times ...
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EQUITABLE ENGAGEMENT IN MATH

Our guest today is our old friend Andrew Coulson, Chief Data Science Officer at  ST Math ...
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A VISIT TO THE MUSEUM OF MATHEMATICS aka MOMATH

MOMATH's mision is to engage all students with mathematics and careers  in math. Cindy Lawrence , Executive Director, is here to say how you, no matter where you are, can tap in and use its resources for your students ...
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A VISIT WITH REID SAARIS: RUNNING FOR STATE SUPT IN WASHINGTON

Returning guest, Reid Saaris is a High School Social Studies teacher and founder of Equal Opportunity Schools  as well as a candidate for State Superintendent in Washington. He is the author of THE KID ACROSS THE HALL  from Stanford University press ...
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SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT AND LEARNING : AN ARCHITECT’S POINT OF VIEW

A visit with school architect Jay Litman on how the overall learning anvironment of the building and classrooms matter to a student's behavior and learning and engagement.Jay established "Litman Architecture/Educational Consulting Group, LLC," a new architectural and planning consulting firm. This new company is designed to tackle the many facets ...
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STUDENT MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES IN LOUDEN COUNTY SCHOOLS

The Cook Center is providing Loudoun County VA schools with excellent resources foir student and educator mental health through their  "ParentGuidance.org" program. Learn about it with representatives from both ...
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KID CITIZEN.NET: A LIBRARY OF CONGRESS SPONSORED K-5 CITIZENSHIP PROGRAM

Bert Snow, along with Ilene and Michael Berson (early childhood and social science education professors at the University of South Florida) have created this wonderful civics program for younger kids ...
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SUPPORTING MULTILINGUAL LEARNERS IN THE CLASSROOM

Dr. Maryann Hasso is the author of several books published by Rowman and Littlefield. She is also a professor in higher ed and a teacher at Victor Valley Union High School District in California. Listen as we discuss ways to support multilingual students ...
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A GREAT PRINCIPAL ON GOING ABOVE AND BEYOND IN SEL, STUDENT SAFETY AND SCHOOL CULTURE

AN NASSP SHOW with Dr. Suzan Harris, a Georgia-based principal extraordinaire and NASSP Board Member who shares how she has worked wonders in SEL, Student Council and school culture in general ...
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HOW SCHOOL LEADERS CAN HELP TEACHERS IMPROVE READING

Trina Cornell is a reading specialist in St. Ann MO schools and is the author of a recent article in District Administration Magazine entitled, 5 ways leaders can help teachers inspire students to love reading ...
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THE CONNECTION BETWEEN HEALTH EQUITY & EDUCATION

I love doing shows about how corporations support K-12 education. We welcome Linn Parish and Uzma Atif of Takeda Pharma's Center for Health Equity and Patient Affairs. Listen as they share how Takeda is working with Discovery Education to get information and resources into middle schools so that good health ...
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HOLOCAUST & ANTISEMITISM EDUCATION: HOW TO HANDLE IT IN TODAY’S CLASSROOMS

Dr. Luke Berryman is a Chicago-based writer and educator who founded The Ninth Candle, a Holocaust Education program for grades 6-12. Although this is a difficult subject to teach and explain, considering today's headlines, it's important to provide students with context and layered understanding ...
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