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Why Some Teachers Stay, While Others Quit

Larry Ferlazzo with Sharon Jacobs

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Increasing numbers of teachers are leaving the profession and nowhere is this more impacting than at high-needs schools.  Despite the exodus of educators, we find that some teachers stay no matter what the conditions. What can we learn from them that might stem the loss of teaching talent?

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A Second Look: Teacher Attrition at High Poverty Urban Schools

Larry Ferlazzo with Karen Baptiste, Pia Wong, Yvette Jackson

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This segment is the second in a series exploring the variety of reasons why teachers leave high poverty urban schools. We close with recommendations to attract and keep more teachers in these schools. 

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How Small Learning Communities Create Powerful Climates for Academic Success

Larry Ferlazzo with ReLeah Cosette-Lent, Ted Appel

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Our guests share with us some of the powerful possibilities in small learning communities.  We also discuss what works and what doesn't when embracing the model.

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How Are Common Core Standards Impacting Teaching Math to ELLs?

Larry Ferlazzo with Ben Spielberg, Denisse R. Thompson, Gladis Kersaint

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For English language learners, speaking English is one challenge, speaking mathematics is another. In this segment we explore instructional strategies for teaching math to ELLs that align with the Common Core Standards.

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Exploring the Difference Between Student Participation and Student Engagement

Larry Ferlazzo with Jennifer Gonzalez, Bill and Pérsida Himmele

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In this segment we look at the difference between student participation and student engagement and why it matters. We close with specific strategies to achieve 100 percent student involvement.

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