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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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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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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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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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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.