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Not So Quiet Anymore: The New Role of Libraries
Friday, April 27, 2018
Not So Quiet Anymore: The New Role of Libraries

Once, libraries were the main—and sometimes the only—repository for information. With today’s technology, however, an abundance of digital information is available anywhere there is an internet connection. Faced with this movement toward more universally accessible information, libraries must make the shift from being perceived as places that only house books...

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Partnering with Students to Reduce Assessment Stress
Tuesday, April 24, 2018
Partnering with Students To Reduce Assessment Stress

Assessments are a hot topic in today’s data-driven education culture. Even veteran educators are learning new and different ways to assess their students, compile data, and use that information to guide their teaching. However, as educators, administrators, and policymakers put their heads together to create more efficient and effective testing...

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How to Boost Adolescent Literacy: Tap into Student Interest
Thursday, April 19, 2018
Boosting Adolescent Literacy By Tapping Student Interest

Many students today lack essential literacy skills. Indeed, a panel of education experts gathered by the group All About Adolescent Literacy noted that many students—especially those in high-poverty schools—reach high school with underdeveloped reading skills. These students can often read words, but lack the ability to adequately comprehend more advanced,...

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