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A Worthwhile Glance: Your Favorite Blog Posts of 2016
The start of any new year is a time for looking back, as well as ahead. We covered a lot of ground on the Frontline Education blog last year. Topics ranged from the teacher shortage, to increasing teacher engagement in professional learning, to running an effective substitute program, to big ideas for student interventions. 60 posts, well over 50,000 words, and plenty of insights.
Our Winter Break Reading List
For those of us in the northern hemisphere, tomorrow we’ll see the least amount of daylight all year. Here, just outside of Philadelphia, the sun will say goodnight at 4:40 pm. But while it’s easy to tire of the early darkness and frigid temperatures, these are also the perfect conditions for cracking a good book. After all, winter break is just days away. We asked education leaders what they’ve been reading lately. Here are some of their recommendations, both new and old, of books that are helpful, thought-provoking, challenging and inspiring.Continue Reading
Setting the Table for Success
If you’re hosting Thanksgiving this year — especially if it’s for the first time — you might be a little nervous. Maybe you’re running through disaster scenarios in your mind: what if the turkey is too dry? What if Aunt Jen forgets to bring her famous mashed potatoes?
Which Monster Lives in Your Office?
Halloween is almost upon us, bringing chilly air and spooky scenes. It’s the one time of year that you might not be quite as surprised to find a monster lurking under your desk — but the thing is, some monsters live in school district offices all year round.Continue Reading
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Quiz: 2016 Presidential Candidates on Education
The 2016 Presidential Election is just weeks away. Amid the torrent of headlines and sound bites, it’s all too easy to focus on personality rather than policy. How well do you know where the presidential candidates stand on education?Continue Reading
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How School-Home Notes Help Your Interventions
Managing a classroom full of 2nd graders is challenging enough. Finding effective, practical strategies that successfully address problem behaviors of younger students? That can prove especially difficult. With a team approach, though, teachers and families can work together to help every student improve behavior, stay focused in the classroom and succeed academically.Continue Reading
Frontline Special Education Management & (Formerly) Excent Enrich
Questions about Excent becoming a part of Frontline Education? You've come to the right place!Continue Reading
5 Back-to-School Tips to Start the Year off Right
Another summer has come and gone, and a new school year is eagerly waiting just around the corner. We don’t know about you, but we’re really excited — so excited, in fact, that we put together a back-to-school video just for you. Take a look and get some of our tips for starting the year off right in this week’s blog post.Continue Reading
Applicant Tracking: Frequently Asked Questions
If you have questions about our applicant tracking tool (formerly known as AppliTrack Recruiting), you’re in the right place! We’ve put together the questions we most frequently hear from school districts who are researching Frontline Recruiting & Hiring.Continue Reading
Applicant Screening Assessments: Frequently Asked Questions
If you have questions about our Screening Assessments (formerly known as AppliTrack Fit), you’re in the right place! We’ve put together the questions we most frequently hear from school districts who are researching our screening tool.Continue Reading
Course Libraries: Frequently Asked Questions
If you have questions about our course libraries (formerly known as EdTrainingCenter), you’re in the right place! We’ve put together the questions we most frequently hear from school districts who are researching our online courses.Continue Reading