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This article was written by John Fenserwald on December 21, 2023 and published by EdSource.   Initial findings from a study of a closely watched Oakland Unified program that recruits parents and neighbors as tutors show intriguing potential for other low-income school districts struggling to teach kids to read. By training recruits in phonics and […]

School-Within-a-School Uses PBL to Help Students Make a Big Move

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This article was written by Matt Zalaznick on January 4, 2024 and published by District Aministration.    Superintendents and principals have long puzzled over how to smooth big K12 transitions, such as the leap from elementary to middle school. Michigan’s Orchard View Middle School has answered the question with a bold experiment: a school-within-a-school, powered […]

This is a Press Release from the U.S. Department of Education.  As part of the Biden-Harris Administration’s ongoing work to address academic recovery, including supporting student success in math and reading, the U.S. Department of Education (Department) today announced $277 million in new grant awards to advance educational equity and innovation through the Education Innovation and Research (EIR) […]

Developing Mobile Apps with a Focus on Accessibility and Inclusivity

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This article was written by Danielle Trigg on January 3, 2024 and published by Feast.  Developing mobile apps with a focus on accessibility and inclusivity is crucial in today’s diverse and technologically evolving world. This article aims to provide comprehensive insights into this vital aspect of app development. Understanding Accessibility and Inclusivity Accessibility in mobile […]

Learning Disabilities and Depression

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This article was written by Molly Hagan on December 29, 2023 and published by The Child Mind Institute.  We think of learning disabilities as affecting kids in school, but challenges in skills like reading, writing, math, and language affect all aspects of life, not just academic performance. We are using them all the time — […]

Translating Knowledge into Practice: EALA School Study Tours Chicago 2023 

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This article was written by Jackie Keenan on October 20, 2023 and was published by the Educating All Learners Alliance     The EALA team arrived at O’Hare Airport on October 18, 2023. This marked the beginning of an educational adventure that would leave a lasting impact on all involved. As we set foot in […]

Unlocking STEM Learning: Using AI to Make Graphs More Accessible

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This article was written by Benji Andrews on December 15, 2023 and published by Benetech.   Benetech’s Benji Andrews, Ron Ellis, Pruthvi Patel, Amreen Poonawala, and Matthew Yip deep dive into Benetech’s inaugural Kaggle competition that explores the intersection of AI and education through innovative graph transcription solutions. The Opportunity  When it comes to converting image-based learning materials […]

14 Charts that Changed the Way We Looked at America’s Schools in 2023

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This article was written by Kevin Mahnken on December 12, 2023, and published by The 74.    Schools had one foot in the shutdown era, still struggling to restore a sense of normalcy that disappeared in 2020. A steep rise in behavioral and disciplinary issues, which many teachers hoped would be only the temporary product […]

BROOKLYN, N.Y., Dec. 13, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — The Educating All Learners Alliance (EALA) awards two new projects $110,000 in participatory grant funding. Following the second annual Community of Action convening in Scottsdale, Arizona, 15 organizations united in a shared commitment to drive positive change in the special education space. Organizations designed and built projects in 36 hours and were awarded funding based […]

12 Ways Nonprofits Can Leverage Social Media To Boost Donations

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This article was written by Forbes Non Profit Council on December 8, 2023 and published by Forbes.    GETTY   For businesses operating in today’s increasingly digital world, knowing how to navigate online platforms has become crucial for achieving business goals. While nonprofits are constrained by limited budgets and resources, taking steps to build a […]