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States and districts have been slow to implement high-quality instructional materials and the training to use them, despite evidence of the positive impact on learning outcomes.
Districts across the country are working with service providers on new reading, safety, STEM and professional development programs.
Discover strategies that you can put into practice so every minute of a webinar packs a punch.
Administrators need not break the bank or disrupt daily schedules to offer paraprofessional training that ensures the success of students who need extra support.
Paraeducator professional development resource options include: LRP Publications offers a range of DirectSTEP courses for paraeducators on topics such as child development, collaborating with teachers, discipline and curriculum planning. The […]
Explore how district leaders are building PD that’s personalized, job-embedded, tied to evaluations, and sustainable.
An earpiece, along with technology developed at the University of Washington College of Education, now helps administrators provide PD to paraeducators while they’re working with students.
Professional learning, development and growth is an established practice across all professions and disciplines. In education, the stakes might even be higher. Not only do educators need to keep pace […]
The two school systems featured here found ways to expand opportunities for collaboration.
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.
Raising awareness among teachers and administrators helps to better identify students struggling with unstable housing and then connect them with the services and supports available.
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