This series of blogs will explore common themes discussed by seniors during my visits to every high school. These young adults offered valuable insights for consideration.
If you have ever watched Channel 18 or viewed videos created for our staff or caught an episode of “Tweet of the Week,” you have experienced the creative talents of the members of our Television Services Team!
As I visit with seniors in high schools across the county, I am always impressed by the insights they share with me. I want to pass some of their wisdom along in this and future blog posts.
The rise of social media makes it imperative that we teach our students the importance of “digital citizenship.”
A teacher delivering high quality instruction and nurturing positive relationships with students is critical to every child’s success. Ensuring we have the best teachers in every classroom is a key component of our system’s strategic plan.
Guest blog by Michael Doerrer, FCPS Director of Communications, Community Engagement, and Marketing
FCPS leaders recently participated in an activity where 6 students had earned a grade of C. As the leaders learned more about the students, it became clear that some had mastered standards and others had not. So what does a grade really mean?
Dr. Alban received this letter from a current student at Frederick High.
What is cultural proficiency? How does it impact our daily work and thinking?
At the National Conference on Education, keynote speaker Todd Rose offered a compelling discussion on the fallacy behind measuring people against the “average person.”