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Carnegie Learning Unveils ClearMath Elementary

eSchool News

Pittsburgh, PA – In a groundbreaking move set to revolutionize elementary math education in the post-pandemic era , Carnegie Learning has launched ClearMath Elementary , its first core elementary math solution.

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3 Tips for Easily Implementing Social-Emotional Learning – by John Gamba

ViewSonic Education

But amid a rush of new and emerging classroom solutions promising gains in student mental health and well-being, it’s becoming increasingly clear that not all K-12 SEL solutions are created equal. Yet just 22 percent said they felt “very prepared” to teach SEL in classrooms. 1 Social-Emotional Learning Must be Relatable for Students.

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Texas Ramps Up Distance Learning with ST Math

MIND Research Institute

ST Math is an effective, high-quality blended learning experience that will help to ensure Texas students deeply understand and truly love math—whether they are learning remotely at home or engaged in the classroom," said Brett Woudenberg, CEO of MIND Research Institute. Like other THL 3.0 ATTN: Texas Family + Educators!

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How Districts Can Develop a Comprehensive Plan for Remote Learning Come Fall


Five years ago, I ditched whole-class lectures in my fifth grade brick-and-mortar classroom in favor of small group rotations. I taught that way for three years before switching to a model in which I served more like a facilitator for students as they worked through material independently. Consider a flipped classroom approach.

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TEA Announce Free Access To Supplemental Math Computer Program for Texas

eSchool News

offerings, these instructional materials are optional and aligned to Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)—the state standards for what grade-level knowledge and skills students should possess. program and ensure access to dynamic learning opportunities for students across the state.” Like other THL 3.0

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Florida Department of Education Approves Lexia Learning for ELA Intervention Courses

eSchool News

BOSTON (June 8, 2021) – Lexia Learning, a Cambium Learning® Group company, announced today that Florida’s Commissioner of Education has approved Lexia® Core5® Reading (Core5) as curriculum in elementary intervention courses. Members of the public were also able to review the materials online for two weeks.

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PROOF POINTS: Fixing online credit recovery remains elusive

The Hechinger Report

When students fail a required high school course, they can retake a prepackaged version of it in a classroom or computer lab, clicking through screens and multiple choice questions to “recover” the credit. “I Journalists discovered cheating scandals and evidence of low-quality instructional materials. But there was a downside.