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A multipronged approach to improving services for students with special needs.
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“No agenda” doesn’t mean “no purpose”—these meetings foster innovation and open discussion among district leaders.
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A Connecticut superintendent put teachers and students at the forefront of all decisions and transformed a district.
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‘Hard power’ can no longer stop conflicts nor the rise of violent extremism and “ancient hatreds” such as antisemitism and racial discrimination, the head of the United Nations cultural agency said today, insisting that “we need ‘soft power’ of education, knowledge, culture, communication, the sciences, to strengthen the values we share and recognize the destiny we hold in common.”