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One of the oldest districts in the nation recently completed its first construction project in 15 years by rebuilding a school to accommodate STEM learning for grades 6 through 12.
Many math programs feature a combination of digital, print and hands-on activities for students; provide educators with PD opportunities, such as on-site and video coaching; and generate assessment data to help personalize instruction.
The Handle With Care program is providing alerts to educators regarding students who have recently been exposed to trauma.
As voice-activated devices transition from homes to classrooms, dozens of teachers now lead spelling practice, present history lessons and interact with their students in new ways.
Transition planning for special education students has evolved so that the activities students participate in now mirror more closely mainstream college- and career-prep programs.
Charlotte “Nadja” Trez, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools' executive director of ELL Services, firmly believes in maintaining rigorous math standards for all ELL students, and embedding language lessons in math instruction.
Today’s mentoring programs go beyond the basics of helping new teachers acclimate to the classroom. The one-on-one coaching model can serve as a boot camp for new teachers and a reboot for veterans.
Data collection has become one of the most prominent tools educators use in the classroom to gauge the level of student comprehension. From classroom tests and standardized state testing to […]