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High-dosage tutoring for early literacy does not necessarily mean devoting long periods of one-on-one time to each student, each day.
As we reopened our doors to teachers and students, beyond health and safety protocols, we focused on building the sense of resilience that children need to recover from the upheavals of the past year.
For many young students in the early stages of literacy, the interruption in learning brought by the pandemic has resulted in a need to go back to basics.
Interactive, audio-enhanced storybooks have proven effective at boosting vocabulary and better preparing a vulnerable population for elementary school, researchers say.
Educators looking for interdisciplinary learning activities that cover STEAM, career preparation and social-emotional learning can use stimulus funding on interactive ed-tech.
Here are five action items to help prevent and address significant disproportionality. We must take a proactive, preventative approach to increase equitable practices.
Early grades have been hit hard by COVID school closures, particularly in rural, economically stressed communities such as those served by South Carolina's Marion County School District.
Children ages 1 to 8 tend to have more trouble understanding digital picture books, compared to the print versions, according to an analysis of literacy research.
The new U.S. Secretary of Education, addressing panelists and guests at Ed Fest, says there is a lot of work to be done but 'I can support you. I can guide you.'
An 'misaligned' web of early learning assessments" makes it hard to determine how much students learn during preschool through grade 2, a new report finds.
Lessons learned from the pandemic will lead to greater broadband access, social-emotional learning, and formative learning models.
Keynote speaker Eric Sheninger says districts must be willing to embrace change, technology and a more personalized approach to truly empower students