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Research to Practice: Cultivating International-Mindedness in the Middle Grades

As I drove my 10-year-old daughter Halden to school one recent morning, we caught the end of a news report on the radio about the war in Ukraine. “Some Russian people are against the war,” Halden stated confidently. “It’s just that they don’t get to hear about what’s really happening in Ukraine.” As we talked,

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Findings Published from the National Educator Shortage Summit Recommending 5 Key Shifts

This past February, I had the opportunity to represent AMLE at the National Educator Shortage Summit convened by the American Association of School Personnel Administrators (AASPA). As a membership organization, we saw our representation at this first-of-its-kind gathering as essential because we know that we will only solve this crisis through a collective leveraging of

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AMLE Partners with Mississippi Department of Education on State-Wide Middle School Transitions Toolkit

When the Mississippi Department of Education reached out to AMLE to partner on a transitions toolkit for schools across the state, we jumped at the opportunity to support the work. The multi-disciplinary team they assembled aimed to create a roadmap for schools that supported consistent, positive transitions for middle school students while allowing each individual

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