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With Budget Cuts Looming, Here’s How Districts Will Decide What to Keep or Cut

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Some states, such as Nevada, also restrict the use of state supplemental academic intervention funds to programs that meet federal research standards and are elevating the importance of evidence-based and high-quality instructional materials. But that’s likely to change when budgets get tight.

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The Actual Dollars That Will Shape the New K-12 Investment Ecosystem

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It’s that most conversations about a school’s expenses don’t sync up to what’s happening in the classroom—the instruction, materials, and tools that shape the educational experience for teachers and students. The district began the program when budgets were declining and they had to decide what to cut and what to keep.

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Curriculum Associates’ i-Ready® Assessment Named to the Georgia Department of Education Approved List of Gifted Identification Screeners

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Founded in 1969, Curriculum Associates, LLC designs research-based print and online instructional materials, screens and assessments, and data management tools. To learn more about i-Ready , visit CurriculumAssociates.com/i-Ready. About Curriculum Associates.

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Transforming a School District’s Leadership and Literacy Instruction to Increase Equity

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Transforming Literacy Instruction. After a curriculum audit and a second opinion confirmed the resources being used were not well aligned with the level of text on state tests, there was also a program evaluation that showed disparities in literacy instruction, with some educators not always providing the level of instruction students needed.