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An Education Professor Becomes Principal for a Day in Dallas ISD

Dr. Candace Walkington As a professor whose days are spent at a computer analyzing data and writing articles, the life of a principal seems both mysterious and intriguing. What do these people who wield such power over students’ educational futures

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Teacher Workshop with Dedman College Interdisciplinary Institute

The Dedman College Interdisciplinary Institute (DCII) invites you to two, upcoming events organized by the DCII Annual Fellows Seminar, “Religion and American Public Life: The Challenge of Pluralism”. The American Bible Society and the Creation of Christian Nationalism The idea

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Medal of Honor Character Development Program

The Medal of Honor Character Development Program training session will be offered in Dallas/DFW area October 24th. The information below is provided by their organization. The Medal of Honor Foundation (Watch Video Here:  http://www.cmohedu.org/default.aspx ) offers – Medal of Honor

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Teacher Time Management

What does it take to be a teacher? Skill, education, and expertise, and a whole lot of time management. Teachers regularly juggle schedules that include lectures, classroom activities, one-on-one tutoring, grading, administrative meetings, parent interaction, coaching and extracurricular activities, and

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Upcoming Forum at UTD: Ensuring Children’s Success in School

The Center for Children and Families’ Annual Fall Forum brings together nationally and internationally renowned psychologists and developmental and educational experts from the community in examination of cross-cutting issues that can make a difference in the lives of children and

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