For educators across the country, it’s time to get back at it. Summer is over, and if we are not yet back in school teaching, we are sorting through class rosters, getting our first week planned, and tying up the hundreds of loose ends that need to be addressed before we welcome our students back to school.

However, for many of educators, the end of summer signals not a return to work, but rather a continuation of our efforts to support the success of all students. While school was out over the summer, we attended workshops, participated in conferences, and stayed...

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About the Author:

Lance Rougeux is Discovery Education’s vice president of Learning Communities. Lance formerly taught in Pennsylvania’s public school system and served as an Executive Policy Specialist at the Pennsylvania Department of Education’s Bureau of Educational Technology.