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Asian-Pacific American Heritage month celebrates and recognizes the contributions of Asians and Pacific Islanders in the United States. Click the photo above to access texts, primary sources, and lesson plans on Asian culture, history, art, geography and philosophies. 

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The Summative End-of-Year Conference Toolkit provides information regarding policy requirements, highlights promising practices, and includes tools, templates, and sample videos to support school leaders and teachers in preparing for collaborative professional conversations. Click the photo above to get started.

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Check out this video and supporting resources on how one teacher supports students' agency and ownership of their learning. Click the photo above to get started.

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Click the photo above to access this teacher self-reflection tool. The tool celebrates your growth and will help you continue to strengthen your practice.

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This set of guidance documents was designed to assist teachers, instructional leaders, and ELL support services with Response to Intervention (RtI) implementation, as the model is adapted in each context. Click the photo above to learn more. 

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