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We know that some teachers and families can focus only on moment-to-moment, practical concerns right now. But many others are slowly returning to the regular cadence of teaching and learning, and a big part of that this year in the city’s schools is the Common Core standards.

We want to get educators from across the city talking to each other about the standards and the student work that reflects them — and we want to listen in on the conversation. That’s why we’re inviting teachers and others interested in the new standards to join us on Nov. 26 for “The Art of Teaching and Learning to the Common Core.”

We know that some teachers and families can focus only on moment-to-moment, practical concerns right now. But many others are slowly returning to the regular cadence of teaching and learning, and a big part of that this year in the city’s schools is the Common Core standards.

We want to get educators from across the city talking to each other about the standards and the student work that reflects them — and we want to listen in on the conversation. That’s why we’re inviting teachers and others interested in the new standards to join us on Nov. 26 for “The Art of Teaching and Learning to the Common Core.”

We know that some teachers and families can focus only on moment-to-moment, practical concerns right now. But many others are slowly returning to the regular cadence of teaching and learning, and a big part of that this year in the city’s schools is the Common Core standards.

We want to get educators from across the city talking to each other about the standards and the student work that reflects them — and we want to listen in on the conversation. That’s why we’re inviting teachers and others interested in the new standards to join us on Nov. 26 for “The Art of Teaching and Learning to the Common Core.”

We know that some teachers and families can focus only on moment-to-moment, practical concerns right now. But many others are slowly returning to the regular cadence of teaching and learning, and a big part of that this year in the city’s schools is the Common Core standards.

We want to get educators from across the city talking to each other about the standards and the student work that reflects them — and we want to listen in on the conversation. That’s why we’re inviting teachers and others interested in the new standards to join us on Nov. 26 for “The Art of Teaching and Learning to the Common Core.”

We know that some teachers and families can focus only on moment-to-moment, practical concerns right now. But many others are slowly returning to the regular cadence of teaching and learning, and a big part of that this year in the city’s schools is the Common Core standards.

We want to get educators from across the city talking to each other about the standards and the student work that reflects them — and we want to listen in on the conversation. That’s why we’re inviting teachers and others interested in the new standards to join us on Nov. 26 for “The Art of Teaching and Learning to the Common Core.”

We know that some teachers and families can focus only on moment-to-moment, practical concerns right now. But many others are slowly returning to the regular cadence of teaching and learning, and a big part of that this year in the city’s schools is the Common Core standards.

We want to get educators from across the city talking to each other about the standards and the student work that reflects them — and we want to listen in on the conversation. That’s why we’re inviting teachers and others interested in the new standards to join us on Nov. 26 for “The Art of Teaching and Learning to the Common Core.”

We know that some teachers and families can focus only on moment-to-moment, practical concerns right now. But many others are slowly returning to the regular cadence of teaching and learning, and a big part of that this year in the city’s schools is the Common Core standards.

We want to get educators from across the city talking to each other about the standards and the student work that reflects them — and we want to listen in on the conversation. That’s why we’re inviting teachers and others interested in the new standards to join us on Nov. 26 for “The Art of Teaching and Learning to the Common Core.”

We know that some teachers and families can focus only on moment-to-moment, practical concerns right now. But many others are slowly returning to the regular cadence of teaching and learning, and a big part of that this year in the city’s schools is the Common Core standards.

We want to get educators from across the city talking to each other about the standards and the student work that reflects them — and we want to listen in on the conversation. That’s why we’re inviting teachers and others interested in the new standards to join us on Nov. 26 for “The Art of Teaching and Learning to the Common Core.”

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Hi there! I’m a bike messenger by day, aspiring actor by night, and this is my website. I live in Los Angeles, have a great dog named Jack, and I like piña coladas. (And gettin’ caught in the rain.)

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