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Principal January/February 2017: Equity & Access For Diverse Learners
Gross inequity is a challenge many principals and schools are forced to contend with. Wide disparities in school funding exist, not to mention inequities in access to high-quality early education, technology, art-infused instruction, and other levers that we know lead to academic success. This issue of Principal magazine focuses on the needs of diverse learners, and ensuring that all students are provided a quality education at their school.
Equity & Access For Diverse Learners
The Principal's Role in High Expectations Teaching
A pathway toward closing the achievement gap among diverse learners.
Diverse Students Need Diverse Resources
Four ways to ensure diversity in your school library program.
The Diversity Divide
Recent studies show lack of racial diversity among educators in America.
Who Is Gifted
Steps to accelerate learning for diverse populations.
Gender Inclusive Schools
What principals need to know about gender identity and supporting
A Visual Voice for Diverse Learners
Art integration bridges communication gaps with “visible thinking.”
The Future Is Now
Ten realities for educators and communities.
Making Email Work for You
Shorten your workweek with email management tips.
IN EVERY ISSUE
From the Editor
More than Grit
Forward-Thinking Minnesota Principal Connects Learners of All Ages
Ten to Teen
The Real Work of the Principalship
What Principals Should Know About edTPA
—Matthew J. Miller
Raising the Bar
Three Dimensions of Ongoing Instructional Improvement
Parents & Schools
Six Steps to Partner With Diverse Families
—Karen Buchanan and Thomas Buchanan
The Reflective Principal
From Newbie to Veteran Principal
—Jeremiah J. Gonzalez
It’s the Law
—Perry A. Zirkel
English Learners: A Principal’s Handbook
—Kelly Reider and Christopher Wooleyhand
Disciplining Other People’s Children
Equity, Equality, and You