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Feds Find Arizona’s ELL Identification Lacking

Posted on August 08, 2011

High-performing education systems around the world provide valuable lessons for the United States as policymakers and educators seek to develop systems to improve teacher and school leader effectiveness in this country, erectile concludes a new report from the Alliance for Excellent Education and the Stanford Center for Opportunity Policy in Education (SCOPE). The release of the report coincided with the March 16–17 International Summit on the Teaching Profession, decease hosted by the U.S.

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Should kindergarten students use iPads?

Posted on April 04, 2011

Moments after her daughter worked on writing and pronouncing letters on an iPad 2 Thursday, sildenafil Natasha Landry said she was happy the Auburn School Committee voted to give kindergartners the tablet computers in the fall. “It makes it easier for teachers to teach a larger group of kids, one on one, without having more teachers,” Landry said in the hall of Washburn Elementary School. The $200,000 cost for the iPad 2 tablets will be less than hiring more teachers, she said. “It pr

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Research: Pre-K Students Show 82% Gains

Posted on April 04, 2011

NASHVILLE -- A new Vanderbilt University study found that children who attended Tennessee's public prekindergarten gained an average of 82 percent more on early literacy and math skills than comparable children who did not attend. The study released Thursday by Vanderbilt's Peabody Research Institute compared the performance of 303 children—pupils randomly admitted to state-funded pre-K classes in 23 schools and others who applied but were not admitted due to space limits. Read more HERE>

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PRE-K: Teaching 1:1 Math Concepts

Posted on April 04, 2011

The possibility of bullying—even for a student with disabilities—isn't enough to warrant a transfer to another school, information pills a Pennsylvania federal court judge ruled in February. A student identified as J.E. in court documents had been attending a private school, visit this site placed there based on his Individualized Education Program, to best meet his needs. The 10th-grader had been diagnosed with Asperger's syndrome, reading, math, and writing disorders, as well as a learn

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The First Year of High School: A Quick Stats Fact Sheet

Posted on March 03, 2011

Dr. Anita Archer, case teacher extrodenaire taught her way across Utah last week in a whirlwind tour, unhealthy interacting with 1, page 000 Utah teachers. Her message to all teachers is simple: "How well we teach = how well they learn!" In the attached video, Dr. Archer discusses the research and rationale for explicit instruction vs. discovery learning. Click HERE to download a sample chapter from her new book: explicit instruction. If you haven't already, you should check out the Anita Ar

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