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April 17, 2019

Free Infographic: Gap-Closing Math Strategies For ELLs

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In the US, 77.1% of the 4.8 million English Language Learners in public schools speak Spanish as their first language. Year over year, this population continues to grow and so do the math score gaps between native English speaking students and native Spanish speaking students. Prepare your district with strategies to support this growing population.

Download and share a free infographic to learn 6 new gap-closing classroom strategies.

We Speak the Language of Math so Every Learner Can Understand

DreamBox Learning Math is available in both English and Spanish, so students can learn in the way that works best for them to deepen understanding and progress.

“I love to integrate DreamBox in my classroom because it adapts to every student’s individual needs. It exposes my students to new Spanish vocabulary-especially math vocabulary-which is vital to my dual-language classroom. I’m all for it.”
-Francisco Martinez, third-grade teacher, Twain Elementary School

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March 30, 2019

Custom OER, Career-Focused PBL And ASD Budget Toolkit – Whitepapers From Our Sponsors

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Lessons Learned Implementing Custom OER at Scale 
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ASD Budget Toolkit for Small School Districts
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Empowering Teacher Effectiveness: 5 Key Factors for Success
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Early STEM Exposure Through Career-Focused PBL 
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Skyrocket Language Acquisition in the Classroom 
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Creating Connections with SEL and Boys Town
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Guide to Meeting the Next Generation Science Standards
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Have you discovered Sora? Books they want, tools they need. 
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March 14, 2019

Make Smart Purchasing Decisions This Pilot Season

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We know pilot season can be overwhelming. From selecting a potential EdTech solution to test, to making a post-pilot decision, the process is complex. Take the complexity out of your district’s pilot process with the new EdTech Pilot Success Guide. This step-by-step framework will help ensure your team gets the most out of an Edtech pilot and is prepared to make smart district decisions.

Download the free EdTech Pilot Success Guide now.

Put the EdTech Pilot Success Guide to the test during your DreamBox Learning Pilot

From now until the end of the 2018-2019 school year, select Districts are invited to pilot DreamBox Learning Math. Signup today so that your district can receive unlimited access to the only K-8 digital math solution proven by third-party efficacy studies to positively impact outcomes.

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We can’t wait to hear how your DreamBox Learning pilot is going. Keep us up to date by tweeting @DreamBox_Learn.

-The DreamBox Learning Team

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February 18, 2019

Measuring Growth, Instructional Design, And Salesforce – Whitepapers From Our Sponsors

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How Your District can address student behavioral issues outside the classroom
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7 Common Signs of Dyslexia: An Educator’s Guide
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Experience Matters in Instructional Design
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Five Misconceptions About School Shootings
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How Readers with Learning Differences Boost Proficiency
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The K-12 Trailblazer’s Guide to Salesforce
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ESSA and Digital Learning: Opportunities for innovation for digital learning in the Every Student Succeeds Act
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Measuring growth•Are you getting these 7 factors right?
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January 10, 2019

[Special Report] 10 Big Ideas in Education

The initial item in this report – the “big ideas” item – may be of interest to readers of this space.

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EDUCATION WEEK

An Education Week
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What issues have the potential to define—or redefine—education? Is there a next “big thing” that could shift the K-12 experience or conversation? Education Week set out to answer these questions in this second annual “10 Big Ideas in Education” report.

Accompanied by compelling illustrations and perspectives from leading researchers, advocates, and practitioners, the essays in this report are meant to stir conversation and prompt you to think about your work in a new way.Subscribe so you can read the full report, and get full access to everything on edweek.org.

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The 10 Education Issues Everybody Should Be Talking About
Education Week reporters and editors identify 10 of today’s most pressing challenges in education and offer bold ideas for addressing them.
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What Educators Really Think About Innovation (Infographic)
A new Education Week Research Center survey delves into what’s behind the common buzzword for teachers, principals, and district leaders.
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The Truth About Bilingualism: It’s Only for Some Students
The widespread embrace of foreign-language instruction is raising some uncomfortable questions. Corey Mitchell explains the inclusion problem at the heart of bilingual education.
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Is There a Path to Desegregated Schools?
Racial and economic segregation remains deeply entrenched in American schools. Denisa R. Superville considers the six steps one district is taking to change that.
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The Kids Are Right: School Is Boring
Special Education Is Broken
Is It Time to Kill Annual Testing?
We’re Teaching Consent All Wrong
The Black Achievement Paradox Nobody’s Talking About
The Two Powerful Forces Changing College Admissions
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