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Hurricane Harvey: Helping Students Through a Natural Disaster
Educators play a crucial role in helping students through disruption, and Hurricane Harvey brought a rough start of the school year to many. But before teachers can support their class, they need tangible sources of assistance, too. Here is a helpful list of resources.
Francie Alexander
Chief Research Officer, HMH
August 31, 2017
Use Reading Data to Encourage Students’ Independent Reading
As you assess students’ reading levels at the start of the school year, here are some strategies for supporting students in taking risks, expanding their reading choices, building skills—and becoming engaged independent readers.
Shaped Staff
August 30, 2017
What’s the #1 Thing Educators Want?
This key statistic from our 2017 Educator Confidence Report appeared recently in the USA Today Snapshot, indicating sentiments expressed by your education peers in the survey are resonating nationally.
Shaped Staff
August 22, 2017
Do All Reading Comprehension Tests Assess Equally?
Dr. Laurie Cutting, a leading expert in cognitive neuroscience, explains the importance of using a multiple assessment formats to get a complete picture of a student’s reading comprehension level.
Dr. Laurie E. Cutting
Professor, Vanderbilt University
August 08, 2017
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