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Why Distance Learning Might Actually Benefit Older Struggling Readers

Why Distance Learning Might Actually Benefit Older Struggling Readers

Once educators get beyond some common misconceptions, they can take practical steps to identify secondary students with literacy challenges and ...
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Q&A: Designing Culturally Relevant Assessments With Dr. Kristen Huff & Dr. Paula Price

Q&A: Designing Culturally Relevant Assessments With Dr. Kristen Huff & Dr. Paula Price

In a recent episode of Education Talk Radio, Dr. Kristen Huff and Dr. Paula Price discussed some of the actions ...
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ACE-ED Interview with Robin Porter, Discovery Education Vice President of Digital Content

ACE-ED Interview with Robin Porter, Discovery Education Vice President of Digital Content

Robin Porter is the Vice President of Digital Content at Discovery Education. She started her career more than 30 years ...
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ACE-ED Interview with Amy Porfiri, American Psychiatric Association (APA) Foundation

ACE-ED Interview with Amy Porfiri, American Psychiatric Association (APA) Foundation

This interview with Amy Porfiri, Interim Executive Director of APA Foundation, was originally published in the Jan/Feb 2021 issue of ...
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Leveraging Social Emotional Learning Programs in Speech Language Pathology

Leveraging Social Emotional Learning Programs in Speech Language Pathology

By Melissa Clark | Originally published in the June/July 2020 issue of AC&E/Equity & Access Like many speech language pathologists, ...
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Closing the Distance During Social Distancing

Closing the Distance During Social Distancing

By George Farmer With spring break now behind us, districts are facing the reality that schools may not open for ...
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