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Common Mistakes Made in Math Intervention #3: Using Teachers as Data Clerks

Editor’s Note: This is the third in guest blogger Jeff Hartman’s series on Common Mistakes Made in Math Intervention. Mistake 3: Using Teachers as Data Clerks Data is a necessary pillar of intervention, but when the need to document progress … Continue reading

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Will the Next Stage of Data Driven Instruction Make Smarter Students?

IBM makes tech predictions every year.  They are right about half the time, a pretty good average for anyone.  This year the predictions caught my eye because one is about education. Not only are they predicting a change in education … Continue reading

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Research: Smaller Classes Are Not the Solution

It is still widely believed that the most important thing we can do for education is reduce class size. However, research over the past few years does not support this conjecture. Most recently, the Friedman Foundation reaffirmed what was already … Continue reading

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