Author: Colin Seale

I often get the side-eye when I mention gifted education and equity in the same sentence. After all, gifted programs have a well-deserved reputation for 
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I am completely unmoved by the “debate” over the teaching of Critical Race Theory (CRT) in schools. I fully understand that CRT is an esoteric theory that’s used in law school 
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Unlocking Excellence In Overlooked And Underestimated Children By Fully Funding Gifted Education In Arizona    Imagine a child watching her first gymnastics routine and immediately 
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How Not to Lose it Over “Learning Loss”: Four Tips for Taking an Equity-Focused Approach to Student Achievement  I just published a piece in Education 
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School systems concerned with preventing or addressing political speech have at least two challenging questions to consider: (1) what is “speech” in the context of a classroom teacher’s First Amendment rights and (2) what makes speech “political” enough to justify a disciplinary response?
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The COVID-19 pandemic and our nation’s current reckoning around issues of racial justice have led to school systems across the country aiming to create more 
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Last year, I was the keynote speaker for a statewide ELA conference and I was so hyped after rocking my morning session with the attendees. 
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School systems across the country have responded to the national reckoning around issues of racial justice by rapidly developing strategies and plans for education equity. These efforts are 
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  The COVID-19 pandemic forced every state to seek a waiver from annual standardized testing requirements. But before this, there is a long history of education 
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It is unacceptable that the question of whether Black lives matter is still a question. It is impossible to silence the screams and cries of the fed up after the unspeakable 
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