TGR Foundation and Discovery Education Launch New Digital Professional Development Series

Silver Spring, Md. (Tuesday, June 2, 2020) – TGR Foundation, A Tiger Woods Charity, and Discovery Education introduce the first module in a new series of no-cost digital professional learning resources empowering educators with new strategies to support student’s success in

SchoolStatus Launches Notify, a District-Wide Messaging Solution

Administrators can schedule, automate and distribute mass messages directly to all parents and guardians via phone call, text and email Ridgeland, Miss. (June 2, 2020) — SchoolStatus, the district-wide communication tool that integrates key student data, announces the launch of mass messaging

Curriculum Associates’ Updated i-Ready® Personalized Instruction Aligns to WIDA PRIME V2 Correlation Criteria for English Language Learners  

Online reading and mathematics program now includes more than 1,150 culturally responsive lessons to support English Language Learners (ELLs) NORTH BILLERICA, Mass., June 2, 2020—Curriculum Associates’ i-Ready Personalized Instruction for Grades K–8 recently met all key correlation criteria for the WIDA Protocol

After COVID-19, Equity & Access Will Start With Prioritizing the Mental Health of Students & Teachers

By Kevin E. Baird American democracy rests upon the concept of a Free Appropriate Public Education (FAPE). This is the essential mission of public schools. As we emerge from the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, with more disruption on

RISE2 Deeper Learning Model: Real-world Innovations = Systemic Enduring Engagement

RESEARCH REPORT: Special Education in Rural Eastern Kentucky

Authors Will Kayatin, Ph.D., Educational Consultant, Transition & Higher Education Kentucky Valley Educational Cooperative, Hazard, Kentucky Joseph “Rocky” Wallace, DSL, Associate Professor of Education Campbellsville University, Campbellsville, Kentucky Joe Blackbourn, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus University of Mississippi, Oxford, Mississippi   DOWNLOAD

RESEARCH REPORT: Special Education in Rural Eastern Kentucky