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September 27, 2017

Educator Q/A: Being great leaders...and great learners

We recently caught up with EdReports Board member and principal at Sitton Elementary School in Portland, OR, Dana Nerenberg, and EdReports Reviewer and high school teacher in Brooklyn, NY, Arthur Everett to chat about how growing as leaders has impacted their schools as well as the importance of educator voice in the national education landscape. Both were 2016-17 U.S. Department of Education School Ambassador Fellows.

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September 27, 2017

Educator voice matters

Educator Voice Matters. High School Teacher Arthur Everett tells us why.

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September 20, 2017

All students deserve a quality education

“All students, regardless of where they come from, deserve a quality education.” Hear about the role instructional materials play in helping to ensure equal education for all.

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September 19, 2017

Tips for School Leaders: Keeping Curriculum in the Conversation


It’s a new school year. Teachers, students, and parents are ready and excited by all the possibilities that lay ahead. As a school or district leader, you’re leading the charge and setting the tone for what the year can be.
 Learning First Alliance’s Anne O’Brien has a great list of tips on Edutopia right now for school leaders about how to amplify your voice and ensure you are strategic in leveraging tools to get out a consistent, powerful message about the priorities for the upcoming school year. Check out her tips, and as you do, we have one additional point for you to keep in mind: don’t forget to incorporate instructional materials into your annual communications plans.

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September 6, 2017

From a Great First Day to a Great Year: Ensuring all Students Thrive with High Quality Materials

Guest Blogger Adrianne Sublett, Elementary Literacy Advisor, Memphis, TN

For me, just like on my first day of school, preparation starts with the instructional materials in the classroom. What our students are reading and what supports they’re using makes a difference in what and how they will learn. So from one educator to another, I want to share some advice with you, compiled over the past decade and a half, about what I’ll be doing to start my year off right.

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September 6, 2017

High-quality materials help support teachers' instruction

Memphis educator Adrianne Sublett reminds us how EdReports.org can support districts now and throughout the year. With only 18% of teachers strongly agreeing that their materials are aligned to the standards, count on us to provide comprehensive, trusted reviews of math and ELA instructional materials to better inform your decisions and ensure strong instruction in every classroom.

 

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