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It’s the spookiest time of year! Check out a few of our favorite free resources that are perfect for your class this month.
For years now, the early literacy education community has pushed for education reform to align to the practice of the science of reading, the science-backed approach to early literacy instruction.
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Believe it or not the 2022 school year is in full swing!
Check out our free guides, blogs, and worksheets – we have the resources to help you to accelerate growth for your students.
A couple months ago, I began a series, Putting Theory into Practice: Implementing Effective Strategies for English Language Learners.
Would you believe that some schools and districts still spend thousands of dollars on filters and firewalls in a futile attempt to block students from social media?
Ketsia Hamiliton, Edmentum’s National Assessment Consultant, continues with part three of her series, “The Educator as Analyst.”
As discussed in my previous blog, Common Core standards, and related assessments coming down the pike have become a political tug of war. How will this tug of war affect teachers and what are some of the challenges they are facing with the Common Core?
Now that implementation has begun in earnest throughout a good chunk of the country, it’s time to talk about what a person can expect if they were to walk into a math classroom being operated in th
I remember vividly finishing my first Praxis exam back in the early 90’s. I was in a classroom at a local college and had just filled in the last bubble on the answer sheet.
Windsor High School in Windsor, CT was recently recognized as an Edmentum Rock Star School. The Edmentum Rock Star School program recognizes outstanding schools and their inventive and effective uses of the full range of Edmentum learning solutions.
To paraphrase the 10th Amendment of the Constitution, powers not expressly granted to the federal government are the responsibility of the states.
We would all like to be differentiation rock stars, where every student that walks in our door has an experience tailored to them.
In 2003 I oversaw the implementation of the Palm Beach County School District’s virtual credit recovery program and was approached by the Palm Beach County Library System and the West Palm Beach Municipal Recreation Department.
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