Most educators understand that school curricula must evolve as the world changes. Refusing to adapt would do a terrible disservice to students, leaving them poorly
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This resource is perfect for teachers who are eager to learn more about how to incorporate “Rights of Learners” into their classrooms. RIGHTS OF
Over the past year, the internet has been full of stories of teachers leaving teaching. A recent NEA survey revealed that 55 percent of currently employed teachers are
Sandra Alberti, Student Achievement Partners If you ask 10 educators for their opinion on what makes a high-quality curriculum, you’ll likely get 10 different answers.
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When students with diverse performance levels are grouped together, they can all benefit. It’s just two months into the school year, and students in my
Most of the top jobs for the future require students to have a strong foundational understanding of mathematics. Our failure to mathematically educate most students
Jo Boaler and her staff at Youcubed have developed a set of self assessment prompts and a rubric to support teachers and their students in developing
The Math Learning Center has developed a wealth of tools to support teachers as they strive to create more productive math discourse in their classrooms.
Helping students make connections between mathematics and their worlds–and helping them feel empowered to use math in their lives–is the focus of this widely popular