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Page 7 of this planning resource from TNTP is a list of questions to consider when determining which students to prioritize. You will also find a list of considerations when choosing a summer learning model, including: what students know and have yet to master, how teams will track progress, and instructional capacity needed.
To be effective, communication must go beyond simply translating newsletters and e-blasts into a variety of languages. It is critical to consider the education and reading level of families, the delivery method, access to technology, culturally responsive language and representation in the messages themselves. Download this tool from Institute of Education Sciences and REL to help build a cultural …
A guide for family engagement that offers sample scripts and surveys for outreach in both Spanish and English. Other strategies for engagement are offered.
Transforming Educational Systems Toward Continuous Improvement: A Reflection Guide For K–12 Executive Leaders
This guide describes the key dispositions, core practices, and levers of transformation used by executive leaders, and within each category, it identifies vital elements of successful executive leadership of such a transformation. Each element includes a description accompanied by an illustration drawn from the experience of an executive leader. Some of these elements may be …
A guide that illustrates the ties between culturally responsive-sustainable education and students’ social-emotional and academic success.
Use the reflection questions and list in this article to inform your district or school’s selection of trauma-informed practices. For example: begin class time with a social ritual; introduce a short “mental stretch” break during class; offer monitored hangout time before class starts; and create small groups that meet socially.
A checklist to create or refresh a trauma-informed action plan with five key components: School-wide policies and practices; Classroom strategies and techniques; Collaborations and linkages to mental health resources; Family partnerships and Community Linkages.
Various strategies support learning acceleration, but implementing tutoring is at the core. Keeping design principles in mind, these ten multiple-choice questions to design school tutoring programs’ model dimensions from the National Student Support Accelerator will guide leaders or practitioners to startup.
Twitter followers will join an online community interested in learning about innovative solutions for building more diverse, equitable, and inclusive learning and professional environments.
Several resources from uAspire are available for districts, schools and families. How-to videos and free virtual help is available so all students have opportunities to complete FAFSA, including advice and support for undocumented students.
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