Long-term goals can be part of lessons at end of year

05/21/2009 | Teacher Magazine (free registration)

Educators can use the last day of the school year to help students avoid a summer slide, writes high-school teacher Larry Ferlazzo in this article. Teachers can help their students celebrate successes or press them to think about long-term goals on their last day together, he writes.

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