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The effects on personal finance knowledge are similar to those found in studies of successful math and reading interventions.
Providing books that students can read and relate to not only supports literacy, reading comprehension, and language growth but also offers a social-emotional boost during coronavirus closures.
One middle school’s journey from concept to implementation offers a familiar refrain: “Esports teaches students? When can I sign up?”
Adding more reading time to the school day—at the expense of subjects such as social studies and science—will not help struggling readers make progress, a CAO Summit speaker says.
Transcript Guest Roland H. Good, III, Ph.D., is president, director of Research Analysis, and associate director of Research and Development for Acadience® Learning, and co-author of Acadience® Reading (also published under the name DIBELS® Next), as […]
Comprehending written text is an essential life skill. Consider all the ways you use your reading comprehension skills in everyday life. Everything from reading comics in the newspaper and social […]
Transcript Guest Emily Hanford is a senior correspondent and producer for APM Reports, the documentary and investigative journalism group at American Public Media. She has covered education for more than […]
By: Stephanie Stollar Assessment is an essential component of an effective school-wide early literacy system. There seems to be a trend in education to add more assessments each year. As […]
We are not born with social skills; we need to learn them. Social emotional learning and communication are intricately interconnected and develop within caring and interactive relationships. Dr. Lucy Hart […]