Stress is Showing Up in Our Schools (and Our Teens Don't Know How to Handle It)
Thursday, October 4, 2018
Stress is Showing Up in Our Schools (and Our Teens Don't Know How to Handle It)

Stress is something that every individual experiences at one time or another, but the amount of stress that students are facing—even those in elementary school—has researchers concerned for the state of our youth. According to a joint study by NPR, The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and Harvard School of Public Health,...

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How Volunteers Can Support K–12 Instruction and Improve Student Reading Outcomes
Monday, October 1, 2018
How Volunteers Can Support K–12 Instruction and Improve Student Reading Outcomes

We have a very diverse student body with a wide range of academic needs and strengths. Wanting to “fill a gap” in our student literacy proficiency—without having to take additional time away from instruction to assess individual students—we started looking for a solution to streamline and improve our current instruction...

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Tips for Establishing Collaborative Conversations on Assessment Data
Tuesday, September 25, 2018
Collaborative Conversations on Assessment Data

Assessments give educators valuable tools for understanding each student’s learning process. However, educators also know that this data has usefulness beyond what they can deduce on their own. In order to truly support a student’s learning, it’s critical for educators to share their findings with everyone who impacts the student’s...

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