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4 Best Practices for Supporting Spanish-Speaking English Learners

Nearly eight percent of all public-school Grades K–8 students speak Spanish at home. Learn four strategies for utilizing the unique assets these students bring to the classroom.

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Two Mississippi Teachers Use Strong Relationships to Support Student Success

At Leakesville Jr. High School in Greene County, MS, a pair of Grade 6 teachers have built strong relationships with students to help each learner achieve successful outcomes. These teachers have created learning environments in which students are comfortable, encouraged to ask questions, and take ownership of their learning.
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How Scaffolding Instruction Leads to More Student Learning in Math

Scaffolding instruction can help educators use math lesson time efficiently and leads to better student outcomes. Kate Gasaway shares her experience, the research, and why more questions equal more learning.

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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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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.