Thursday, June 21, 2018

Educational Links 6/22/18

3 ways to promote grit via literacy instruction

I Want to Get Better at… Assessment

Sometimes Growth Is Ugly, Embarrassing, and Hurtful

Small-Group Instruction May Be Key to Mastering Early Math, New Study Finds

Ed Department Reconsidering Previously Settled Disability Complaints

“Best” Lists Of The Week: Refugees & Immigrants

Even When Research Supports Changing Traditional Teaching, Parents Make It Hard

This hope around preschool is something you see around the world. In rich and poor countries alike there's a recognition that quality preschool can give children an invaluable start in life. And in the U.S. there's a major push underway to get more children enrolled. But in Accra — and in fact in many fast-growing African cities — they've already achieved that. It's estimated that in Accra by the time children reach age 3, 80 percent of them are in preschool, twice the share in the United States.

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