Learning Gap Identification Tools: Empowering Educators to Boost Student Success

Learning Gap Identification Tools: Empowering Educators to Boost Student Success In today's diverse classrooms, identifying and addressing learning gaps is crucial for ensuring that all students receive the support they need to thrive. Let's Go Learn, a leading provider of diagnostic assessments and personalized learning solutions, is dedicated to empowering educators with the

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5 Tips and Tricks for Teachers to Survive the Last Part of the School Year

5 Tips and Tricks for Teachers to Survive the Last Part of the School Year As the school year winds down, teachers often find themselves facing increased stress and fatigue. With final exams, assessments, and end-of-year activities looming, it's essential to find strategies to navigate this hectic time successfully. At Let's Go Learn,

By |2024-04-29T21:24:49+00:00April 29th, 2024|Math Assessment|0 Comments

Continuation School

Continuation School Continuation schools have a long history of providing alternative education pathways for students who struggle in traditional school settings. Established in the early 20th century to address the needs of working youth, continuation schools have evolved to serve a wider range of students facing academic challenges. Today, an estimated one in

By |2024-04-12T15:32:50+00:00April 11th, 2024|Special Education|0 Comments

Girls in STEM

Barriers for Girls in STEM Did you know that by middle school, girls' interest in STEM fields plummets by 30% compared to boys [SheHeroes]?  Negative stereotypes, lack of representation, and the confidence gap are all factors that contribute to this alarming trend. Addressing the key barriers that girls face in pursuing STEM education

By |2024-04-02T18:13:42+00:00March 26th, 2024|Math Curriculum|0 Comments

Women’s History Month 2024

Women's History Month 2024 Women's History Month is a month-long celebration in the United States that honors and highlights the contributions and achievements of women throughout history. It originated from the recognition of International Women's Day, which was first celebrated in the early 1900s. In 1980, President Jimmy Carter issued a presidential proclamation,

By |2024-03-06T20:22:01+00:00March 6th, 2024|Education Reform|0 Comments

How Does Equity Differ from Equality in Education?

How Does Equity Differ from Equality in Education? Data from the National Center for Education Statistics paints a picture: students from low-income families are significantly less likely to graduate from high school in comparison to their more affluent peers. This highlights a deep inequity in the American educational system. Equity, in contrast to

By |2024-02-20T18:39:45+00:00February 20th, 2024|Education Reform|0 Comments

Celebrating Black History Month 2024

Celebrating Black History Month 2024 Importance of Black History Month Did you know that Black History Month holds great significance in today's world? Beyond just a calendar designation, it serves as a powerful acknowledgment and celebration of the profound contributions African Americans have made to American society and culture. Take Horace Mann,

By |2024-02-06T21:38:47+00:00February 6th, 2024|Education Reform|0 Comments

Community Schools: Achieving Whole-School Equity

As US educators struggle with how to achieve equity for all students, full-service community schools continue to rise to the top of solutions that demonstrate evidence of breaking the barrier to achievement. The Coalition for Community Schools estimated in 2018 that there are more than 5,000 community schools. The impetus to grow the number

By |2022-09-02T00:28:57+00:00October 27th, 2021|Education Reform|0 Comments

One State’s Efforts to Keep Learning “For All”

As shelter in place guidelines continue throughout the nation and schools gear up with online education, many states are putting out guidelines to help teachers and families understand what that online education should look like. Equity issues continue to be at the forefront of online education guidelines. Since it would be nearly impossible for

By |2022-09-02T01:28:54+00:00April 9th, 2020|Special Education|0 Comments

Challenges of Providing Online Education

Challenges of Providing Online Education Preparing good online learning takes time. Most US K-12 schools have been pushed into online learning with no preparation and no experience. This means teachers who are facing the challenges of providing online education are suddenly trying to teach kids who have little experience using online learning. And UCLA

By |2022-09-01T21:48:49+00:00April 1st, 2020|Reading Curriculum|0 Comments
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