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January 3, 2013

Clearing the Path to Increased Student Achievement

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“California’s schools are striving, but struggling, to help more students learn the math they need for entry into college and career success.”—Holly Jacobson, Director of the Center for the Future of Teaching and Learning at WestEd

Learn about two of the Common Core Speaking and Listening Standards, plus how to facilitate more focused, purposeful, collaborative conversations among middle and high school students.

Teachers, instructional leaders, and coaches: Learn effective strategies for engaging English language learners in rigorous instruction that is aligned with Common Core State Standards. July 15-19, San Francisco.

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Join WestEd at National Title I
January 21-23, Nashville, TN

Title I practitioners: Visit WestEd at booth #813 to learn how we can help you improve the education of economically disadvantaged students.

These research-based materials—all focused on K-8 science education—deepen teacher knowledge, strengthen classroom practice, and build literacy supports.

Learn more about school improvement efforts nationwide in the latest issue of SchoolsMovingUpdate.
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