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Students and Devices: Trying to Find the Answers

I’m trying to figure something out.

At the risk of admitting my age, I will disclose that when I was in middle school, the following were popular “first run” television shows: “The Brady Bunch,” “The Partridge Family,” “The 6 Million Dollar Man,” “Charlie’s Angels,” “Happy Days,” and “Laverne and Shirley.”  That was some great TV right there. The thing is, I watched an appalling amount of television when I was a kid. (more…)

Considerations for Principals When Students Are Planning an Organized Protest or Walkout

When students’ free expression evolves into an organized protest or walkout during school hours, principals and other school officials find themselves in a conflict between supporting student voice and fulfilling their custodial duty toward students. Here are some considerations if students are planning an organized protest or walkout during school hours: (more…)