If you are not following @LYSNation on Twitter, then you missed the Top 10 LYS Tweets from the week of November 26, 2017 when they were first posted.  And if you are on Twitter, you might want to check out the Tweeters who made this week’s list.

1. Students should spend a large portion of their day engaged in listening to, reading, thinking, talking, and writing about texts. (By @ReadtobeReadyTN)

2. A student has to receive a 100% NINE times before fully recovering from a single zero. Zeroes are disastrous to kids. (By @justintarte)

3. Don’t defend what isn’t working. (By @Leadershipfreak)

4. We never had kids, but paying for public education is my favorite tax. We even go to the bake sales. It’s called “good citizenship.” I want the next generations educated for the same reason I want clean air and water. As part of a community I want what’s best for all of us. (By @DCitizenBader)

5. A small team of passionate learners always beats a large team of stagnant knowers. (By @Leadershipfreak)

6. Really interesting read – “Schools reward students who consistently do what they are told – and life rewards people who shake things up.” (By @gcouros)

7. Shhhh, don’t tell: Students will work beyond their grade level when they don’t know the work is beyond their grade level. (By @edutopia)

8. Grateful for dedicated pastors all over Texas who advocate bravely for the public education of ALL our children! (By @pastors4txkids)

9. Pain is the point where average starts to become remarkable. (By @Leadershipfreak)

10. Use the 21/90 Rule. It takes 21 days to build a habit and 90 days to build a lifestyle. (By @melrobbins)

Think. Work. Achieve.

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