Monday, November 12, 2018

Educational Links 11/13/18

Welcome to The Race Card Project


5 Dimensions Of Critical Digital Literacy: A Framework



Why I'm Against Innovation in Education


The Difference Between IEPs and 504 Plans


Why Edtech Specialists Should Focus on Transformation, Not Tools

Questioning That Deepens Comprehension

Improving Reading Outcomes for Economically Disadvantaged Students


Low SES (socioeconomic status ) alone is not a strong predictor of reading achievement, but when combined with other factors—such as a non-literacy-rich home environment, poor classroom instruction, or being an English language learner—the chances of reading difficulties increase. This is often referred to as “double disadvantage”: The poorest students often attend schools with the fewest resources.

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