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A roundup of three recently published works that may be of interest to K-12 chief information officers.
A Q&A session with Grace Kelemanik and Amy Lucenta , authors of "Routines for Reasoning" and the new Curriculum Associates’ Ready Classroom Mathematics K-5 program.
I taught in a classroom for 26 years prior to becoming an administrator. Over the years, I’ve realized that when educators hear the word “data,” the first things that come […]
Coding can serve as a catalyst for schools looking to integrate tech more meaningfully into required subjects, as well as the glue that binds together learning connections across them.
Given the data around the number of new teachers leaving the profession within their first few years, it’s clear that efforts toward retaining teachers must begin as early as possible in a teacher’s career.
This roundup covers the impact of advanced academics on kindergartners, the effects of teachers’ unions on student achievement, the benefits of transitional programs for special needs students, and the advantages of family-school interventions, among other topics.
I run a company that provides analysis of mortgage borrowers to financial institutions. As a result, I am often approached for financial advice. The most common questions are: Should I […]
Consider these ideas: Some kids are STEM kids and some aren’t. Students need to master science and math basics before moving on to STEM. STEM focuses on jobs, so it should be concentrated in middle and high school. Wrong, wrong and wrong.
Districts of Distinction update: Lennox Elementary School's Schools of Engineering program is still moving full STEAM ahead.
A school underwent a significant transformation from being the lowest performing elementary school to one of the highest performing for high growth/proficiency.
A look at how educators are using artificial intelligence, and virtual and augmented reality in blended learning classrooms.
Videos and apps bring more interaction, says Robert Dillon, director of innovative learning at The School District of University City in Missouri.
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