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June/July 2014

The June/July 2014 issue of Wisconsin School News looks at Universal Design for Learning, a strategy to engage different learners and learning styles. A feature article examines a new law that removes the 180-day instruction requirement and what it means for school districts. Other articles feature PBIS in Medford and how to conduct a facility assessment in your district.

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Features

Removing Learning Barriers
Universal Design for Learning makes knowledge accessible for all learners
Jolene Troia

It’s About Time
New state law removes outdated 180-day requirement, adds summer school flexibility options
Shelby Anderson

Promoting Positive Behavior
How PBIS is improving student behavior and raising achievement
Shelby Anderson

Facility Assessment
A district master plan will require a comprehensive facility assessment of all owned and leased properties
Roger Price

WASB at Work for You
Highlights from the 2013-14 report to the membership and the WASB Member Survey

 

Departments and Columns

Viewpoint
Promoting Diversity and Understanding Starts in Our Schools
John H. Ashley

WASB Insurance
The Pros and Cons of a Consortium

Association News
Spring Academy Recap, 2014 Business Honor Roll Nominations, Upcoming Summer Leadership Institute

Legislative Update
Rural Schools Task Force Calls Attention to Technology and Funding Issues

Legal Comment
Religious Dress and Grooming Practices

Service Associate Q&A
Linda Mont of Key Benefit Concepts LLC takes on tough benefit questions

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