Supporting Reading Teachers Through Intensive Yet Supportive Literacy Coaching In her recent interview with the Reading Teachers Lounge, our.
In this interview, our Senior Educational Consultant Lance Ozier shares what initially drew him to the field of education and what he does in a.
Classrooms have long set the stage for social change by serving as spaces for the promotion and development of new ideas. Certainly teachers.
Tips on how schools can collect better data set from assessment tools and chart a path forward to accelerate learning for all. Written by .
Well designed local measures of learning is the cornerstone of any school’s plan to build a foundation for instructional recovery. Written.
Guided reading has often been referred to as the greatest tool in a teacher’s arsenal when attempting to be responsive to students’ reading needs..
Why attacking educators for antiracist teaching is dangerous, by Maria Underwood- In her recent The Hechinger Report opinion piece,.
WNYW Street Talk interview- Teaching Matters' CEO Lynette Guastaferro speaks with WNYW Street Talk about returning to the classroom this fall:
In case you missed our Summer Virtual Institute in August, here are some snippets of what you missed. Keynote speaker Dr. Anthony Muhammad on.
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We developed the Early Reading Matters Program in 2014 to support high poverty schools in raising reading proficiency in grades K-2. Our goal for.
More than ever, every coach needs a coach - a thought partner to turn to for sound bites of advice when we need them the most, particularly.
"When children cannot find themselves reflected in the books they read or when the images they see are distorted, negative, or laughable, they learn.
As a bookworm and true crime fanatic I was instantly intrigued by the storyline to Monday’s Not Coming. And, as a Black woman and advocate for.
Recently we asked our education community to name their favorite culturally responsive books. We want to share these books with you so that all of.
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