Tag Archives: ELL

Change the Paradigm

Most programs put kids into three categories, the lows, the middles, and the highs. I’m so proud that Ascend Math architecture allows kids to work at their own pace. So often, the kids that started at the lowest will end … Continue reading

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Happy Blogversary: Top Ten Blog Posts of the Year!

It was one year ago that we launched the Ascend Math blog. In that time, we’ve provided nearly 100 posts covering important topics like the latest research on BYOD, common core, and math intervention strategies.  What’s more, we provided teachers and … Continue reading

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ELL Students Doing Well in Math but May be Hurt by Common Core

The Atlantic put out a fascinating article recently featuring ELL elementary students in California that are doing exceptionally in math.  The school is 60% English Language Learners. Despite years of state funding cuts and classes that average 30 or more … Continue reading

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