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Using Evidence to Strengthen Education Investments

This is the time of year when all of our districts are putting the final touches on their Local Control Accountability Plans (LCAP) prior to board approval.  Every Student Succeeds Act (ESEA) along with the Local Control Accountability Act (LCFF) in California,... read more

Sharing Memorial Day with Kids: An Early Educator’s Spin On It

A young student asks, “What is Memorial Day?” Are you prepared to answer that question? The history of Memorial Day dates back to 1866 and the end of the Civil War. Soldiers were coming home with serious injuries and many towns had lost friends and loved ones. Retired... read more

Considerations for Developing Social, Emotional, and Academic Capacity

With the introduction of MTSS, greater emphasis is being placed on the need for educators to consider the role that Social-Emotional Learning plays in our educational system. There are many programs surfacing to support districts and certainly more information is... read more

What’s In A Name?

When I was in elementary school, I can remember being excited about the first day of school because I could not wait to see my desk with my name tag and to meet my teacher who always took time to learn my name and ask me questions about myself. These interactions... read more

Teacher Appreciation

It is May, which among many things means we celebrate our teachers and dedicate this week to them. Officially, Tuesday is Teacher Appreciation Day. This is one of our traditions in education that all of us embrace as an opportunity to publicly acknowledge our teachers... read more

Quality Counts: Supporting Early Care and Education in San Luis Obispo County

Quality Counts San Luis Obispo is part of a statewide system of Quality Rating and Improvement Systems (QRIS), which helps to inform and connect parents and families to high-quality early learning and care programs, and ensures that infants, toddlers, and... read more
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