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Got Desmos?

A fun introduction to inequalities. Students write linear equations to model interstates and inequalities to model possible locations of the ever elusive Waldo.

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Rubric for School Improvement. Schools can use this rubric to help create, organize, and assess their improvement plans and efforts; districts can use it to facilitate and coach co-creation of effective School Improvement Plans; and SEAs can use it to better conceptualize how they support districts – especially those with low-performing schools – in analyzing their SIPs. For more, see http://www.coreeducationllc.com/blog2/rubrics-school-improvement/

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Every Student Succeeds Act: 50 State Roll Call. Since Congress passed ESSA, states have been busy writing their own accountability plans which have to be submitted for approval from the federal Department of Education no later than September 2017. The map provides updates on where states are in that process, and also shares relevant news coverage on how states have constructed their plans and engaged parents, educators and stakeholders in the drafting process. For more, see http://www.coreeducationllc.com/blog2/every-student-succeeds-act-50-state-roll-call/

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Skills for Today: What we Know about Teaching and Assessing Collaboration. Education researchers at Pearson teamed up with the Partnership for 21st Century Learning (P21) to conduct a review of the research literature on the importance of collaboration skills for employers, as well as how to teach and assess these skills in K-12 and higher-education classrooms. For more, see http://www.coreeducationllc.com/blog2/skills-today-know-teaching-assessing-collaboration/

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Building and Supporting Improvers. In improvement science, practitioners are at the center of testing, revising, and implementing changes; their knowledge of the system is central to understanding problems of practice and developing the needed know-how to improve. For more, see http://www.coreeducationllc.com/blog2/building-supporting-improvers/

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Borrowing Teacher Preparation Ideas from Top-Performing Countries. Ben Jensen of the The National Center on Education and the Economy examines how the U.S. can improve teacher preparation by learning how top-performing countries prepare teachers for the classroom. For more, see http://www.coreeducationllc.com/blog2/borrowing-teacher-preparation-ideas-top-performing-countries/

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How Districts and Schools Can Ensure Strong Learning, Teacher Satisfaction. Public Impact has released a new suite of tools that guide districts and schools to achieve excellence in teaching and learning as Opportunity Culture schools. For more, see http://www.coreeducationllc.com/blog2/districts-schools-can-ensure-strong-learning-teacher-satisfaction/
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