More Topics: Back to School, Teacher Tips
Edmentum Content Team
Whether you’re awaiting the return to the classroom, happily soaking up every last drop of the summer break you can, or already teaching again, back-to-school season is in full swing.
Hiring staff is a critical part of school administrators’ jobs, but when you have a position open at your school, the recruiting process can be a rollercoaster. How do you find candidates with the skills you are looking for and make sure that they’re the right culture fit for your building? And how do you ensure that your school and district environments are attractive to potential employees? Here are six tips!
To support you as you begin planning for what the 2023–24 academic year will bring, we’ve curated a list of our best resources and recommended solutions aligned to your goals for this upcoming school year.
The time available in the school day is finite; every minute counts.
Check out our free guides, blogs, worksheets and other resources to ensure students are growing, accelerating, and meeting grade level expectations.
As the clock ticks down on state education budgets, teachers and administrators are often encouraged to use funds before they disappear.
It’s officially spring, which means high-stakes tests are around the corner. We know educators across the United States have already spent weeks preparing, practicing, and planning.
Summer session planning is in progress, and we are here for it!
Here are three instructional best-practices for administrators and teachers to consider when getting ready for summer school classes.
Pi Day is always a crowd-pleaser with students, largely thanks to classroom celebrations involving a different kind of pie, but it’s also a great chance to point out the more practical value of mathematics in general.
Later this week, Edmentum will join thousands of partners and colleagues at the Spring CUE 2023 Conference March 16-18 in Palm Springs, California.
March 8 is International Women’s Day (IWD), a day to celebrate the achievements of women everywhere, raise awareness about discrimination and take action to embrace equity.
As part of the federal government’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, three relief bills were passed during 2020 and
At Edmentum, we LOVE reading and want to share our passion with you by offering you the best resources we have that are centered around literacy! Check out these resources to kick off National Reading Month in your elementary classroom.
March is Women’s History Month where we celebrate the contributions of women to in our culture, society, economy, and political policies, as well as the women in our lives and our own histories who
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