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The 2nd annual “Design Your Own Exact Path Fall Contest” is on! This school year, every educator is looking to keep students learning and minimize their risk of falling behind.
Growing legislation enacted by states around the country has generated buzz around the “science of reading,” the science-backed approach to early literacy instruction.
Every month, Edmentum hosts webinars focused on informative and educational topics that make great opportunities for all educators to conveniently fulfill professional de
It’s the spookiest time of year! Check out a few of our favorite free resources that are perfect for your class this month.
Check out our free guides, blogs, and worksheets – we have the resources to help you build your school around your students.
It’s hard to believe that, for an event that was so memorable and important in the lives of most teachers out there, our students probably either don’t remember September 11th or weren’t
My blog this month will be a little longer than usual. Who I introduce is well worth the length.
With a majority of states ridding themselves of their previous English language arts and mathematics standards in favor of more rigorous college and career ready standards, the need for new statewi
Abilene’s director of the extended school program, Heath Wright, was brought on board beginning with the 2010-11 school year to build and deliver a new extended school program to students tha
Back in March, I kicked off a series of blog posts on our product vision. In that post, I talked about all of the planning going on for summer vacations (my summer was great, by the way, thanks for asking). Now, almost six months later, summer vacations are over and everyone is diving into a new school year.
August 28th marked the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech.
Here are some helpful tips that will help your students train for the “marathon” of high-stakes testing:
Mobile learning is a growing trend in classrooms, creating a more flexible, collaborative, and interactive learning experience in schools and districts. Mobile devices are changing the way that educators teach and students process the information, and they have become an assumed part of the education equation.
The holy grail of education is a rapport with the students that falls somewhere between “cool older cousin” and “prison guard”.
Who are your STEM advocates? Fellow teachers? Administrators? Parents? There are a lot of possibilities. But Change the Equation (CTEq) is thinking beyond the immediate education community and envisions the potential that creating private sector advocates can have on STEM education.
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