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Podcast: Tom Rooney and Scott Rowe: Buildings are Closed, Learning Goes On!

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In a special bonus episode, we talked with Tom Rooney and Scott Rowe about the transition to remote learning amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.

Focusing on Data That Matters: The Plainview Story

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By partnering with a university and studying data from several sources including Curriculum Associates' i-Ready, Texas's Plainview Independent School District performed an equity audit and developed an action plan to focus first and foremost on improving instruction and classroom dynamics.

Getting Through: Supporting Learners as they Transition to School at Home

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Getting Smart staff members Kelly Niccolls and Rebecca Midles discuss home-bound learning opportunities for students and share resources to help get you started.

Podcast: Rachel Wigglesworth on Learning at Home

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More than 36 million of about 50 million US students are learning remotely during the Coronavirus outbreak. But learning at home comes with challenges.

Getting Clearer: Building Equity in Schools

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By: Carlon Howard and Karla Vigil. We must all bear the responsibility of advocating for and implementing equitable policies and practices in our communities.

Getting Clearer: The Principal, Mayor of the School Community

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By: Patrick Erwin. As a principal, I do the most important job in the city. I create the conditions for students and, by extension, their families, to be lifted out of poverty into a city that is a great place to live. Not a bad job. Not a bad life.

Can Online Learning Mitigate Rural Schools’ Biggest Challenges?

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Rural schools face many challenges, from teacher shortages to a limited course catalog. In some towns, online learning helps bridge the gap.

Creating Culturally Linguistic and Responsive Classrooms: A Place Where All Kids Belong

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Culturally linguistic and responsive teaching in the classroom can create meaningful learning experiences for students.

Getting Clearer: A Contribution Solution

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By: Joanne McEachen and Matthew Kane. Contributive learning helps educational systems focus on what really matters for students, creating equitable academic outcomes.

Artificial Intelligence – The New Digital Divide?

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Despite the promises of artificial intelligence, it is critical that educators and administrators consider the unintended consequences.

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