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If students at your school/district protested by sitting or kneeling during the national anthem, what best describes how you would feel?

I would be strongly opposed to such a protest.

I would be moderately opposed.

I would moderately approve of their right to protest in this manner.

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Below, please find the results of last week's survey.

Researchers have studied the extent to which "neuromyths" are prevalent in schools. Neuromyths are widely held beliefs about teaching and learning that are just NOT supported by research. Which of the following neuromyths are prevalent are in your school or district? Select ALL that apply.

Individuals learn better when information is presented in their preferred learning style.—-75.2%

Children have learning styles that are dominated by particular senses.—————-50.5%

Children are less attentive after consuming sugary drinks or snacks.——————55.9%

Some of us are "right-brain" and some of us are "left-brained" and this explains our differences in learning.———————-61.2%

A common sign of dyslexia is seeing letters backward.——————-52.6%

Total Respondents = 93

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