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A Teacher’s Day in the Life: Candace Sanders

In this second post in our A Teacher’s Day in the Life series, Candace Sanders, a sixth grade math and science teacher in Halls, Tennessee, shares a typical day during a far-from-typical time to be teaching.
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11 Reasons to Include Print Materials in Your Math Classroom

Print math materials should be part of curricula for many reasons, including education equity, clear feedback, and research that shows that writing is particularly helpful for memorization.
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How a Caring Classroom Community Led to Unmatched Engagement

Grade 4 teacher Marcie Burlett, from Henderson County, NC, went above and beyond to create a positive classroom culture that resulted in well-rounded success throughout the pandemic. All of her students met their i-Ready goals, and, most importantly, they felt like they were part of a mutually supportive classroom community.

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A Day in the Life of a Chicago Kindergarten Teacher

In this series, we follow teachers through a typical day and ask them the deep questions, including “Why do you teach?” In this first post, Chicago kindergarten teacher Darnell Jackson explains why consistency and accountability are the center of his teaching philosophy.
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How to Host a Summer Learning Challenge

Highland Elementary School in Riverside, Iowa, started its popular i-Ready Summer Challenge to keep students who weren’t attending summer school learning. Learn how they do it so you can replicate a similar program for your students.

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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.