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PreK students in Boston Public Schools practice with patterns in preparation for Common Core math standards.

Common Core for Young Learners

Educators tackle challenges in the early grades

At Cesar E. Chávez Multicultural Academic Center on Chicago’s Southwest Side, teachers are in the thick of implementing the Common Core State Standards. While it’s a tough task for everyone, the teachers of the youngest students face special challenges. Continue

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Eight Ways to Protect Student Data

Eight Ways to Protect Student Data

There’s a lot of data flying in and out of American classrooms these days. So-called “cloud-based” services help districts store and distribute student data less expensively, without having to acquire additional equipment (or devote facilities to housing it). Mobile apps give teachers engaging games and learning activities that kids can do in class or on the way home. Data integration services merge multiple databases into simple, easy-to-read “dashboards” that show how students, classes, or schools are doing. Continue

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Something in Common

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Spotlight on Technology in Education

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Inside School Turnarounds

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Strategic Priorities for School Improvement

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Spotlight on Student Engagement, Motivation, and Achievement

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