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4 Elements to Support a Thriving School Culture

Jackson Elementary School, part of Georgia’s Clayton County Public Schools, sets the foundation for a strong school culture by emphasizing four essential elements: relationships, data-driven instruction, stakeholder involvement, and teacher training.
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Middle school math acceleration student using laptop.

Why Districts Should Re-evaluate Their Middle School Math Acceleration Programs

This excerpt from the Curriculum Associates’ whitepaper Rethinking Middle School Math Acceleration examines how middle school math acceleration programs can inadvertently hinder student learning and shares how one district analyzed and revised its acceleration program.
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Three Ways to Make Education Data Meetings Meaningful

Educators and administrators at Little Silver Public Schools in New Jersey share how they make the most of student data. Their process includes an its 18-person data committee that really delves into student performance and helps everyone see the “bigger picture.”
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Is i-Ready Dangerous?

We hear a lot of questions about our i-Ready program, including “Is i-Ready Dangerous?” In this article we address educators’ and families’ concerns because we want decision-makers, teachers, and parents to have meaningful conversations about the programs students are using.
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Grants and Funding Hub

Curriculum Associates' grants and funding team has assembled resources to help educators and administrators make sense of new federal funding sources, plan for summer school, and understand how our programs meet funding requirements.