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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!
Spring testing results for 2022 are in, and with them, many educators are still seeing one of the effects of the disrupted years: students are in tremendous need of accelerated learning recovery.
Check out our free guides, blogs, and worksheets – we have the resources to help you to accelerate growth for your students.
Palm Beach State College began in 1933 as Florida’s first public community college. Three of the most popular certification programs at Palm Beach State College are in the fields of dental assisting, medical assisting, and surgical technology.
Shane Dennison, State and Federal Programs Consultant at Edmentum, kicks off his new series, “State and Federal Highlights,” discussing the controversy surrounding the Common Core in the United States.
We've been talking about mobile learning for quite a while now. But more important, we've also been developing mobile-optimized courses and assessments, while we also re-engineer our existing resources to enable them for mobile access.
Ketsia Hamiliton, Edmentum’s National Assessment Consultant, introduces her new series, “The Educator as Analyst.”
The first week of school for teachers is often a week spent discussing changes in the curriculum, gathering supplies, and setting up your classroom.
Shagit Thakkar, Curriculum Manager at Edmentum specializing in science content, introduces us to the Next Generation Science Standards in part one of his series, “Examining the Next Generation Science Standards: their Background, Development, and Vision.”
Teachers enter every school year promising to make parental engagement a top priority. Then, sometime between having a stack of papers to grade and lesson plans to submit, a lot of us fall back into the routine of only talking to parents when something goes wrong, just as it’s been since the beginning of professional education.
As a Title I school that only serves students up to second grade, Baker Elementary School in Wayland, MI realized they needed to start teaching fundamental reading skills as early as possible in order to affect learning gains.
In an interesting new infographic, KnowledgeWorks articulates its view of the future of learning and provides a provocative vision of the ways in which learning might evolve.
Last week I was talking to a middle school math teacher about one of her students, and how he was struggling with calculating ratios and really needed more support and help.
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