Tuesday, February 18, 2020

Marshall Memo 824

You're getting the Memo early today because of my travel schedule. Enjoy!

This week's articles come from School Administrator, Educational Leadership, School Library Journal, All Things PLC, Education Week, and AMLE Magazine. Here are the headlines:

- Addressing unconscious bias in schools

- Culturally responsive school leadership in Michigan

- Carol Ann Tomlinson on what works best in reading, and for whom

- Timothy Shanahan on effective elementary reading instruction

- Problems when students read-only "just right" books

- Three questions school leaders might ask about literacy instruction

- Dealing with rational and irrational resistance to change

- Does "data-driven instruction" work?

- Semi-self-contained sixth grades in Maryland middle schools

- Picture books for middle- and high-school students

If you want an HTML version of this week's Memo, please click here:
www.marshallmemo.com/issue.php?I=859480dc19ea7dee0f7141bc8edd4135

For a podcast of last week's issue (#823), please click here:
youtu.be/m97FQ6jJhaI

To listen to a podcast of this week's issue, just log in at www.marshallmemo.com later this week and click Podcasts.

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