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Is Your School’s MTSS Data Collection in Good Health? Three Essential Questions You Should Be Asking

Nov 9, 2021 7:53:44 PM / by Louise El Yaafouri posted in Elementary Education, Secondary Education, Learning Loss, Differentiated

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Need to Know:

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How to Assess and Strengthen Math Skills (Even from a Distance)

Nov 1, 2021 11:10:32 AM / by EdCuration Staff Writer posted in Elementary Education, Learning Loss, Mathematics

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While teachers of all subjects have felt the effects of shifting classroom settings, math educators, in particular, have had to adopt all-new practices to better assess and understand their students’ progress through a screen. 

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Adaptive Interventions—Can They Really Boost Student Learning?

Oct 4, 2021 12:10:16 PM / by Louise El Yaafouri posted in Elementary Education, Learning Loss

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A Guide to Using Stimulus Funding for Instructional Resources

Mar 10, 2021 2:48:13 PM / by EdCuration Staff Writer posted in EdCuration, Learning Loss, K-12 Funding

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In December 2020, nearly $54 billion of additional stimulus funding was made available from the U.S. Department of Education to support schools in a variety of ways. From Covid safety, to digital connectivity, to learning loss, districts across the country have significant flexibility in how the majority of these funds can be used. 

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Learning Gains: Make Up for Lost Time

Feb 25, 2021 10:19:36 AM / by EdCuration Staff Writer posted in Literacy, Learning Loss

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Research shows that across the nation, students could lose anywhere from six- to twelve months of learning due to the COVID-related changes in learning environments, yet experts are still unclear in how critical these gaps will be for all student populations. This is especially concerning in regard to reading proficiency, which requires kids to stay motivated and find reading materials that they enjoy.

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