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Reflections from the Frontline

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Ask any educator about their experiences in the classroom and amid their joys and concerns they will liken the experience to a battlefield. On that battlefield, we have to balance passion with expectations, ambitions with reality and patience with educational benchmarks. Each day we enter our schools, we are on the frontlines for the future of our children and our communities. The education of our children is an on-going battle. One of which despite our most diligent preparations requires encouragement and direction. Reflections From The Frontline aims to be timeless encouragement, direction and food for thought for progressive educators everywhere. Because it takes someone who has been in the trenches, who has served on the frontlines of education to understand, convey and empower another soldier in our quest for quality education for all. So for educators, past, current and future, we share these Reflections From The Frontline.
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Product Details

Edition
Third Edition
Publisher
Measurable Advancement Educational Consultants
Published
September 28, 2011
Language
English
Pages
77
File Format
PDF
File Size
464.74 KB

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# of Devices Unlimited
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Printable? Yes
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