Articles written by Alana Marshall

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Everyday Education: Students, Teachers Hitting The Final Push

As spring break begins in schools across Transylvania County, students and teachers take a deep breath and enjoy a rest before it begins — the last push of rigorous academic teaching before final state assessments begin. The window for final...

 

Everyday Education: Being Present Is Essential For Students To Learn

By Dr. Alana Marshall For high school students, Jan. 22 marks a fresh start in the year — a new semester begins, bringing with it new classes, new assignments and a renewed sense of purpose. Teachers are refreshing their syllabuses and printing...

 

Everyday Education: A Sense Of Calm In The Classroom

At the time this goes to print, students have spent a few weeks in classrooms across the county completing lessons and continuing routines, but at the same time, following the path of Hurricane Florence and wondering about landfalls and landslides...

 

Special Ed Is Bigger Than 'Just A Place To Go'

When hearing the phrase “special education” in connection to high school classes, several different images may jump to mind. More often than not, adults today will think back to what this meant in their own educational experience — perhaps it...

 

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