Louisiana Classroom Chronicles

Classroom Chronicles is a blog series that highlights the inspiring everyday work of Louisiana educators.
Each month, the blog will spotlight an educator who is taking that extra step to make an impact on
the lives of their students, school and community.


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Putting Kids First: How an Early Childhood Educator Achieves Excellence
for Young Learners

A high quality early childhood education is essential for lifelong learning. In this month’s blog post, we chat with a veteran educator from Lafayette about an average day in her toddler classroom, what it takes to ensure an early learning center is successful, and why early education is important.

Nadene Harrison, University of Louisiana at Lafayette Child Development Center

Previous Classroom Chronicles

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Being Present: How a Middle School Counselor
Is Improving Attendance

Donneisha Wilson,
Site Coordinator and Counselor, Morris Jeff Community School, Orleans Parish

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Caught Being Kind: How a Caddo Parish Middle School Teacher Promotes Positive Behavior

Kathryn Ferguson,
2019 Louisiana Middle School
Teacher of the Year

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