Teachers in Kentucky and Colorado are collaborating on a study to improve teacher’s instructional practices and increase the number of students who master the skills called for in their state’s academic standards.
Making differentiated instruction work is critical to student success, teachers agree.
Natalie McCutchen, a Hope Street Group 2013-2014 fellow and a 7th grade Math at Franklin Simpson Middle School in the Simpson County School District, shared her thoughts and experience on implementing the Kentucky Core Academic Standards (KCAS) in Education Week this week. McCutchen's column, "Standards: A View From My Classroom", appeared in Stu Silberman's regular online blog space. Silberman is the [...]
Teachers and students will benefit from gaining deeper understanding of science content.