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EdReports Releases Reviews of 5 ELA Supplemental Programs
EdReports provided independent analyses of five ELA foundational skills programs, including whether or not the skills apply research-based practices and are presented systematically with explicit instruction, so that educators can ensure they’re selecting strong, research-based supplemental reading curriculum. Linda Diamond, president of our partner organization, CORE, was a reviewer.
Pivot’s Approach to Differentiated Assistance: CEO Arun Ramanathan Shares Insight
Educate78 recently took a deep dive into 2018-19 SBAC trends in "CRUNCHED: 5 Years of SBAC; 4 Views on Differentiated Assistance." Their analysis found that 32 schools in Oakland did not see positive gains in either ELA or Math. With the majority of schools needing support of some kind, Educate78 reached out to Oakland-based education organizations to find out how Differentiated Assistance can be provided. Pivot’s CEO, Arun Ramanthan, shared Pivot’s approach to school improvement.
On-Demand Webinar: Strategies for Success — Helping All Students Become Strong Readers
Lake Orion Community Schools has been working hard to improve ELA instructional practices and increase reading achievement across the district. Not only have reading scores improved, but the district’s early literacy intervention program has received international recognition. Watch this webinar to learn more.
The Implications of District Budgetary Challenges for Local and State Policy
In California, recent funding increases have been outpaced by rising costs. Two new case studies drill into how budget pressures are playing out in Sacramento City Unified School District (SCUSD) and in Marin county school districts.
Assessment and Intervention, Understanding the Nature of Reading Difficulties
Watch this on-demand webinar featuring Dr. David Kilpatrick, Author of Essentials of Assessing, Preventing, and Overcoming Reading Difficulties, to learn how word-level reading develops and why some students struggle are valuable starting points for planning reading instruction and interventions.
Closing the Achievement Gap for Students with Disabilities: Fix General Ed and Special Ed Together
Educators have long known that students with disabilities have not made the gains they should, despite placement in special education classes with individualized education plans or even mainstreaming into general education classrooms. Learn more from Linda Diamond, President of CORE and Author of the Teaching Reading Sourcebook, about closing the achievement gap for students with disabilities.