Saturday, February 22, 2020

Educational Links 2/23/20

Reflections on Becoming More Culturally Responsive

About Dyslexia

20 Classroom Management Strategies and Techniques

Teaching Special Education

What is Academic Rigor, What Do We Do with It?

12 Ways to Support English Learners in the Mainstream Classroom

The achievement gap in education: Racial segregation versus segregation by poverty

There are many reasons for persistence in the achievement gap, including that the legacy of separate and unequal may cause segregation in the past to have continued effects today. Looking directly at today’s situation—how important is today’s segregation per se? Black students mostly go to school with other Black students. Black students also mostly go to school with low-income students. Do either of these forms of segregation contribute to the racial achievement gap? 

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