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Professional Development Is Central to Improving Student Achievement at District 65

Improving differentiated instruction in the classroom is central to School District 65’s efforts to improve student achievement. It has become increasingly important to do so because the District has implemented programs in the past few years that have increased the range of learners in the classroom. In the early 2000s, District 65 began to shift […]

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Room For a View: Cheer, Cheer for Old Notre Dame

The University of Notre Dame’s invitation to President Barack Obama to be its Commencement speaker next month is doing its job. Both sides of the Pro-life/Pro-Choice debate are going at it full force. Cardinal George called the invitation an “embarrassment to Catholics.” Ten Holy Cross priests signed a letter citing the University’s loss of integrity; […]