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Each year, the National Association for Gifted Children recognizes administrators for exceptional management of gifted and talented programs. The report finds that middle school gifted and talented programs elevate the rigor of gifted students' coursework and provide opportunities for them to develop a sense of community among themselves.
Far too many elementary students lack reading proficiency by third grade. The good news is that scientific evidence provides a blueprint for effective reading instruction. Learn how district leaders can initiate and sustain science-based reading reforms to ensure that all students reach this critical academic milestone.
Use this diagnostic to improve managing behavioral disruptions in early grades. These questions are structured according to four key areas of opportunity.
Many K-12 schools are postponing final decisions and announcements about end-of-year events like graduation or prom because they often aren’t scheduled until May or June. Read this insight for guidance on how to prepare for graduation and prom during this unprecedented time.
EAB is hosting a series of online sessions, providing key insights that are relevant to addressing the COVID-19 crisis. Northshore School District in Bothell, WA, was among the first in the Seattle area to switch to online instruction and Superintendent, Dr. Michelle Reid will share her experience.
In student centered math classes, students reason mathematically, communicate their mathematical thinking to other students, connect math concepts to their experiences, and solve complex, real world math problems rather than solely memorizing procedures. This research explores how districts implement student-centered instruction in math at the high school level. This research focuses on the outcomes of these reforms. The research also addresses how profiled districts train and support teachers and assess the outcomes of student-centered instruction.
Most districts haven’t yet developed comprehensive “Return to Learn” plans. EAB previews the most important questions districts have to get right, learning lessons from other countries’ and states’ reopening experiences to inform your spring and summer planning.
Almost all students are expected to enter the fall nearly a full grade-level behind and will likely need to navigate a completely new school environment.
With schools across the country closed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, district and school administrators are improvising plans to provide free meals to the 22 million children across the nation who rely on their school for daily nutrition.