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Partnership to Bring Survival Strategies for New Teachers to an eClassroom

Survival Strategies for New Teachers provides new teachers with strategies and tools that help them to navigate the school environment, manage their classrooms, work with parents and advance their career.
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John Wiley & Sons Inc. today announces a partnership with Knowledge Delivery Systems (KDS), provider of research-based, strategic and blended professional learning solutions for states and school districts, to bring the course Survival Strategies for New Teachers to classrooms nationwide.

Survival Strategies for New Teachers, which is based on of the bestselling books of Julia G. Thompson, provides new teachers with strategies and tools that help them to navigate the school environment, manage their classrooms, work with parents and advance their career.

Survival Strategies for New Teachers is available for K-12 district sale. For more information about using the course in your school district, contact Mark Davis at mdavis@kdsi.org.

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