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A kindergarten readiness test can predict first-grade performance, according to University of Missouri researchers. Kindergartners who rate poorly in academic and behavioral readiness will likely remain behind the following year.
This Q&A with Rachel Bodoin, blended learning specialist from Springfield Public Schools in Missouri, addresses how successful implementation of edtech requires a shift in culture and ongoing support for educators.
Here’s how five districts tackle issues to break down language barriers in schools.
Learner-Centered Innovation: Spark Curiosity, Ignite Passion and Unleash Genius covers how schools can abandon traditional models and focus instead on the diverse talents of learners by allowing students to pursue their passions.
Superintendent Michael Sander has closed his Ohio district’s achievement gap by making kindergarten full-time, increasing reading scores, revamping summer school for at-risk students, and increasing parent interaction.
K12 schools in Michigan, Alabama, California, Wisconsin and New Mexico select new products and services for security, assessment, curriculum and device storage.
In his first year as superintendent, Manny Caulk opened the new grant-funded office, created academic excellence strategies, redesigned high schools and launched a volunteer campaign.
Amid rising parent and pediatrician concerns about the impact of devices on students’ psychological and social development, some schools have started monitoring the amount of time students spend in front of screens.
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