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How Can I Balance What My District Tells Me vs What I Feel Students Need?

By Larry Ferlazzo — February 07, 2013 1 min read

Juan Cortes asks:

Many times teacher are told by our districts to follow specific programs, but many times those programs do not differentiate or do not address specific needs of my students.

How can I balance following what my district tells me vs what I feel the students need?

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