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As a connected educator, I am so quick to tell others to reach out, ask questions, and connect, yet how often do I do it myself ?
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As a connected educator, I am so quick to tell others to reach out, ask questions, and connect, yet how often do I do it myself ?
—Pernille Ripp

The answer is not to abandon testing, but to measure the things we most value, and find good ways to do that.
—Susan Engel

At the heart of teaching is the idea that we should be intentional about what happens in our classrooms. To do that requires understanding how we got to that moment with our kids ourselves.
—Chris Lehmann

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