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Promoting More Effective Mathematics Instruction

December, 2016

Built on proven best practices, and based on decades of firsthand instructional experience, the Dixon Nolan Adams Mathematics resources from Solution Tree focus on taking approaches to professional development that can enhance the knowledge, skills and effectiveness of mathematics teachers, promoting deeper student understanding and improving student achievement.

Preparing Low-Performing Students for College Reading and Writing

December, 2016

Is it possible to help low-performing high school students avoid remedial classes in college reading and writing? Leaders in many states believe it is indeed possible and are now offering or requiring “college prep” or “college transition” courses in high school. These courses are designed to ensure that low-performing students will have the reading and writing skills they need when they graduate from high school.

Advocacy group offers toolkits to de-mystify ESSA

Ray Bendici
November, 2016
 Many changes under ESSA will help underserved students better prepare for post-secondary opportunities.

New series of toolkits designed to help administrators meet next-generation high school standards explains many of the ESSA law’s main components—particularly those that relate to educational funding.

Hands-on history with students at the helm

Emily Rogan
November, 2016
Inquiry-based instruction allows teachers to translate the C3 framework for social studies standards into hands-on classroom lessons (Gettyimages.com: Henrik Jonsson)

Technology is quickly becoming a popular tool in social studies classrooms as teachers find ways to make history come alive for their students, who simultaneously learn about content and improve their technology skills.

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