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ELLs and Receptive Language Issues: Where Does One End and the Other Begin?

I have been teaching for 25 years and counting, with most of those years working with students with learning disabilities. For my students who are also officially classified as ELL, I found myself wondering where one diagnosis...

source: By Clare Russell
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Rick Hess writes, "When I talk to doctoral students in education policy, I'm frequently struck today by two things: 1) the caliber of their methodological training and 2) how little time they tell me they spend reading, thinking, or talking broadly about education. When...

source: Education Week

In a portable at Sealey Elementary School, a group of third graders sit two-by-two at blue topped tables. There are brown paper bags in front of them. They feel the bags and make guesses as to what’s hidden inside –...

source: Tallahassee Democrat

There’s no perfect solution to the quandary that New York City has long faced in trying to inject greater equity into the most meritocratic of its schools: the nine selective public high schools, eight of which (including Bronx Science...

source: The High Flyer

It’s no secret that students of color are not proportionally represented in the number of Pittsburgh students who are tested and classified as “gifted.” It’s something that educational advocates have called out...

source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Learning in early childhood is an integrated process that involves multiple areas of kids' development. But preschools that only use a “whole-child” curriculum are not giving young students the math and literacy experiences...

source: Education DIVE


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