Curriculum Associates’ i-Ready® Assessment Named to Mississippi Department of Education Approved List of Dyslexia Screeners

The Mississippi Department of Education (MDE) recently named Curriculum Associates’ i-Ready Assessment to its approved list of dyslexia screeners. With this approval, districts throughout the state can now use the program’s online Diagnostic and offline literacy assessment tasks to screen

New Online Platform from Vernier Boosts High School Students’ STEM Learning with Fun, Interactive Investigations & Projects

Leveraging standards-based instructional content and its award-winning technology, Vernier Software & Technology is announcing Vernier Connections, an innovative web-based platform to engage high school students in hands-on STEM learning and exploration. Vernier Connections emphasizes fun and interactive investigations and projects,

PBLWorks Partners with the Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) on a Four-Year Initiative to Scale Gold Standard PBL across State

PBLWorks is seeking Kentucky educators and leaders to receive Gold Standard PBL training PBLWorks, the leading provider of professional development for high-quality Project Based Learning (PBL), has partnered with the Kentucky Department of Education on a four-year initiative to increase


A REPORT FROM THE 2022 ADVOCACY CONFERENCE FOR GIFTED EDUCATION:A de-briefing of the recent event with NAGC’s David Cutler and the Associate Director of  The Mahoney Center for Gifted Education at the University of Arkansas’  Dr. Christine Dietz. ************************** PLEASE VISIT ​  where

Restorative Justice: Authentic Responses to the “Pandemic-to-Prison Pipeline”

By Mark R. Warren, Letha Muhammad and Emma Tynan, originally published on The People’s Think Tank.  At Fishers Junior High School outside of Indianapolis, administrators have recently reported seeing an increase in physical aggression including fights within their school. They responded by

Funds For Learning Praises FCC for Establishing Third Filing Window for Emergency Connectivity Fund

This week, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announced a third, 15-day Emergency Connectivity Fund (ECF) filing window for schools and libraries to request funding for equipment and services that enable off-campus internet access. The ECF application filing window will open