At Edmentum, we’re fiercely committed to working with our educator partners to understand the unique ways they’re approaching these challenges through technology. And, as a part of those ongoing conversations, we often find that questions arise. How do I ensure that students meet proficiency expectations AND growth goals? If I’m using multiple programs, how can they work together, and what does an implementation actually look like? Well, rather than summarizing insights from customers near and far, we thought it was time to go deep and let you hear from one such educator who’s employing two Edmentum programs, Exact Path and Study Island, to drive toward rigorous outcomes that align with her goals and her students’ goals.
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Ever been so hot, you felt like you couldn’t think? Turns out you weren’t just being dramatic after all- hot summer weather could be influencing your cognitive performance! Read all about how heat can slow down your brain in this week’s EdNews Round Up!
The President of the United States recently nominated a federal appeals court judge in Washington, Brett Kavanaugh, for the open position in the U.S. Supreme Court. Many wonder: What kind of impact could this nominee have on national education? Read about Kavanaugh’s background and key rulings, and more in this week’s EdNews Round Up!
Kids have a lot of leisure time over summer break, but not enough of them are using it to read for pleasure. Read up on some tips on how to encourage kids to pick up a book when they have some down time this summer in this week’s EdNews Round Up!
Didn’t make it to ISTE in Chicago this week? No worries, you can read all about the conference’s plans to expand, along with stories on the Supreme Court’s ruling in ‘Janus’, teacher’s running for office in Oklahoma and why kids have different brains, all in this week’s EdNews Round Up!
Thousands of migrant children who have been separated from their families and are in federal custody are entitled to certain education services while they remain there. Take a look at the official education requirements for children being detained, the qualifications for those being hired to provide these children with classroom instruction, and more in this week’s EdNews Round Up.
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