The learning gap is a tough opponent, especially as education continues to evolve. However, a shift towards future-focused means every student has the resources they need to succeed. We put together some helpful resources below, ranging from instruction tools and strategies to help close the gap to information about funding resources available to support those efforts.

Putting the Science of Reading Into Practice

In this education insight, find out what constitutes Structured Literacy, review the evidence that supports it, and get tips for implementing its components and principles in the classroom.

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Teaching K-5 Students Successfully Online

With the right strategies and supports, even the youngest children can thrive in an online learning environment. Here are some insights to help.

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A Holistic Approach to Teaching Early Childhood Mathematics

A good early childhood math curriculum is designed to not only provide teachers with ideas about what to teach, but also how to teach with respect to the developmental needs of young children and how to teach a particular set of concepts and skills.

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The stakes are high. Set your literacy class up for success.

Ensuring students achieve grade-level reading proficiency is more vital than ever. In this research report, we present academic findings on the challenges facing early literacy instruction, and the way forward for literacy programs.

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8 reasons to invest in your students with Remind Tutoring for Organizations

Supplemental instruction in an individual or small-group setting is a valuable way to support classroom learning, especially for students who struggle to keep up—and especially with the pressing need for interventions outside of the classroom.

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Eliminate barriers to reading with government relief funding

New government relief funding for K-12 schools offers a unique chance to eliminate reading barriers and overcome unequal access to books. Learn how your school can use this funding to deliver the right digital books to every student.

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