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Many parents are confused with recent implementation in many states of Common Core standards and how the changes affect their child.
NCTM uses TI-Nspire(TM) technology to develop Common Core-aligned classroom activities DALLAS, Oct.
Trusted brand provides teachers with a literacy solution to help K-3 students achieve reading mastery and meet state standards for college and career readiness NEW ORLEANS, May 9, 2014 /PRNewswire/
Correlation services by EdGate Correlation Services now available through JES & Co. Gig Harbor, WA (PRWEB) January 29, 2013 EdGate Correlation Services
A new study from Michigan State University researchers supports one controversial policy about to be put into place by 46 states in 2014, the Common Core State Standards in Mathematics (CCSSM).
Every year, more than half a million students drop out of high school -- one student every 26 seconds. To address this critical challenge, Curriculum Advantage(TM) Inc.
To: NATIONAL EDITORS Contact: Deborah Veney Robinson of Communities In Schools, +1- 703-518-2545; +1-703-615-5476, email@example.com Communities In Schools Releases Results of Seven-State Study That Shows Improvement in Math, Reading and Graduation Rates is Linked to Integrated Service Provision ALEXANDRIA, Va., Aug.
Report Offers Guidance on Evaluating Children in Preschool Programs, Urges Caution in Implementing High-Stakes Assessments
By Hardman, Michael L Dawson, Shirley ABSTRACT: The promise that all children will achieve higher levels of academic performance is the foundation of the current educational reform movement.
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