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30 K–12 EdTech Predictions for 2021

Chief Inclusion Officer Sabrina Williams reflects on the year ahead.

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Outrageous Love the Podcast: Our Journeys to Responsiveness

Claudia Salinas, Vice President for English Learning, talks to Dr. Sharroky Hollie about her journey to responsiveness from Nicaragua to the United States.

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Game-Changers for Remotely Supporting Students with Special Needs

Elementary special education teacher Amanda Kipnis looks at how online tools such as i-Ready help support asynchronous, student-paced work.

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How Data and Tiered Supports Can Boost Achievement of Title I Students

A look at how CA partner Kentwood Public Schools in Michigan uses data to identify and adapt to student needs.

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Fall Assessments to Gauge ‘COVID Slide’ May Be Skewed. Can School Districts Use Them?

Learn how at-home testing in the fall might inform instruction.

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Print Versus Digital: We Need Both

A California principal weighs in on the need for print learning materials to support all learning styles and provide relief from digital fatigue.

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Supporting the Growth of Latinx Educator Leaders

ALAS Lifetime Achievement Award winner Linda DuBois chats with this year’s ALAS scholarship winner, Luis Morillo.

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What Excites These Newly Hired TA Leaders about Their New Jobs?

Chief People Officer Sandra O’Sullivan shares her onboarding experience at Curriculum Associates.

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How 3 School Systems Initiated Antiracist Practices

Hear from three school systems about their efforts toward inclusive and anti-racist practices.

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12 Leadership Lessons I Learned from 12 Years as CEO

Rob Waldron celebrates his 12th year as CEO by sharing some of the most important lessons he's learned during his time at Curriculum Associates.

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Diverse Hiring Isn’t Enough: The 4 Pillars of Becoming an Anti-Racist Organization

To become a truly anti-racist organization, focus on these four pillars: people, culture, products and services, and thought leadership.

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Margate Elementary Beating Pandemic

Visit Margate Elementary School in Broward County, Florida, to learn how they countered the effects of the pandemic.

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