When it comes to teaching a English as a second language, it is important to take culture into consideration. We don't have to downgrade or change our culture or methods, nor do we have to erase our students' cultures. Rather, we need to realize that cultures are different....
Alternatively praised as a great leap forward for public schools and denounced as an unmitigated disaster, the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) represents one of the biggest reforms in the history of U.S. public...
Some school districts place gifted students together in their own classroom. Fort Wayne Community Schools challenges them in their normal classrooms. The discussion about the district's approach to working with gifted and talented students came as board members considered...
Like many districts nationwide, Orange County Public Schools long identified gifted students through a referral process. Parents or teachers who suspected children of being gifted would recommend them for screening, and the district...
This special report summarizes the top policy components 12 of the nation's top content experts convened by Education Commission of the States prioritized for a high-quality K-3 system.
Three Iowa women were honored at the National Association of Gifted Children conference in Orlando, Florida. Maureen Marron, Cathy Blando and Gail Kenkel were awarded the David W. Belin Advocacy Award at a ceremony in early November....
Gifted children often show signs of superior makeup at a very early age. For instance, 6-week-old Anne followed with her eyes a fly that was buzzing around. She tried to catch it when it came within her reach. This indicated a highly intelligent grasp of a situation and...
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