Curriculum Associates partnered with the Council of the Great City Schools (CGCS) to sponsor the first-ever Dr. Michael Casserly Legacy Award for Educational Courage and Justice. As part of the award, CGCS Executive Director Casserly will select an educator from
The USC Shoah Foundation is back. One of my favorite guest organizations, their message is powerful and their programs are available to K-12 educators for use in the classroom. This time Lesly Culp, their Head of Education Programs, guides us
Our good friend Starr Sackstein, renowned thought leader and educator, returns to talk about her newest book and offers best practices for results as SEL needs become more and more important.
Katie Featherston, ACT’s Senior Director of Accessibility, discusses a huge challenge in accessible testing — how it’s going, how it started and what the future holds.
Bethlehem PA Elementary School Principal Eric Fontanez is joined by returning guest Charles Dinofrio, CEO of Children’s Centers of the Lehigh Valley.
50 Designers will be selected to create next-generation 7-12 grade student projects that develop key competencies and critical consciousness, and nurture deep connections to community reDesign, an educational design consultancy, is launching its inaugural Designers-in-Residence program, convening boundary-breaking curriculum designers
To support middle school math educators with their ongoing instruction, Curriculum Associates is launching a new, nine-part webinar series called Math in the Middle: A Plan to Engage and Motivate Middle School Students. The complimentary series, which kicks off on
A CCSSO SHOW: Arizona’s Superintendent of Public Instruction Kathy Hoffman is our guest. She is the first educator to lead the department in that state in more than two decades.
As part of its mission to reshape and retool social and emotional learning throughout the country, AASA, The School Superintendents Association, has awarded six school districts with technical assistance, collaborative support and $4,000 grants to further their professional development efforts