8 Tested Strategies for Effective Change Management

What’s the likelihood that a major change in your school will yield the long-term results you want?
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Successful ESL Program Models

The past two decades have brought the second largest wave of immigration to the United States. Unfortunately, the states are struggling to keep up. Based on recent data by NPR, researchers found that no matter where they go to school, most ESL students are struggling due to having little or no access to quality instruction.
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How to Start an Online English Teaching Business in 5 Steps

By MK Argo
As with any brick and mortar company, online business planning can be incredibly challenging and time consuming. In particular, the online ESL market is growing daily, and it can be hard to keep track of the latest trends and programs in the ESL business world. These reasons, and many more, make creating an online ESL teaching business daunting. To help you navigate the challenging world of business, here are five easy steps you can take to create your dream teaching company.
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5 Common Classroom Challenges You Should Never Ignore

The greatest threats to your ESL school's viability may be harder to spot than you think. That's because they're hiding in plain sight. Swelling class sizes, unmet student needs, disengaged management and out-of-pocket teacher spending are signs that your school could be in trouble. Like rainwater on rock, they gradually erode your foundations.
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Signs Your ESL School Needs a Technology Makeover

Is your ESL school caught in a technological time warp? The likely answer is yes. 
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Tips For Teaching English Language Learners: What Principals Can Do to Create a Supportive Environment

Rising immigration trends are creating an influx of students learning English as a second language in US schools. However, statistics show that students in ESL programs often underperform when compared to their peers. This shows a problem in the education system that needs to be immediately addressed. In two decades, ESL students are projected to comprise more than one‐third of the student population in US public schools. Thus, the importance of improving their education will not diminish any time soon.
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Top 10 Countries with Highest Teach English Abroad Salaries

Selecting the right country may be one of the most important aspects of preparing to teach English abroad.  For some of us, the rich cultural reward and a sense of adventure may be enough to make that choice. For others, financial considerations are of a higher priority, and make the decision more difficult. Benefits of Teaching English Abroad
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Secrets to Successful Coaching and Mentoring Programs

Do you make one-on-one professional development a priority for educators of all experience levels and abilities? If you don't, you should. Research shows that coaching and mentoring programs can produce gains in teacher retention, student performance and productivity.
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How To: Solve 5 Common Problems Faced By Teachers in Teaching English Language in ESL Classrooms

By MK Argo
Working in the English as a Second Language field is a wonderfully challenging and complex endeavor. If administrators and teachers work together to solve the common problems of these programs then many of the issues become less formidable. Here are five common problems faced by ESL teachers and administrators and their solutions.
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Attract the Best: Tips for Recruiting ESL Teachers

How much can it cost you to hire the wrong ESL teacher? Quite a lot, actually. When a candidate proves to be a less-than-ideal fit, you can plan to spend six to nine months of the position’s salary to find and onboard a replacement, Gallup reported. To put that into context, a teacher who’s hired at $45,000 annually may require up to $33,750 to replace.
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