Disciplinary Literacy (Common Core Application)

In Denver high schools, students are being asked to learn new scientific vocabulary and concepts and additionally offered Spanish/English cognates, root words, and a system for translating new words and worksheets on scientific content. This is one case of how … Continue reading

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Impact of Common Core Standards on academic improvement

More thorough principles in math and English language arts have added to enhanced academic accomplishment for students in many states. A late examination took a gander at enhancements in test scores from the 2014-15 school year to the 2015-16 school … Continue reading

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Illinois state receives $7 million grants

The Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) has been awarded $7 million grants by The Institute of Education Sciences (IES) to develop a data system named Illinois Statewide Longitudinal P-20 Data System (SLDS). “The ability to collect and track data … Continue reading

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Tennessee Teacher of the year – Cathy Whitehead

Cathy Whitehead has been awarded as Tennessee Teacher of the year for the year 2015-16. She is well known for her leadership and for her instructions to students. “The Teacher of the Year Awards is an opportunity to recognize instructional … Continue reading

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New Community Connectors Mentoring Grants

More than $3 million of grants by thirty-six community partnerships in Ohio’s Community Connectors school mentorship program. “The response to the Community Connectors grant opportunity tells us that communities want to help students reach their educational and career goals. I’m … Continue reading

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Connecticut announces New Smarter Balance Assessment results

Connecticut State releases test results Connecticut State Department of Education releases New Smarter Balanced Assessments results all over the state for the academic year 2014-15. According to the State Department of Education 55.4% students out of which 11 students from … Continue reading

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