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Teacher Looping Improves Student Outcomes

Research on students from Tennessee shows repeat teachers improve student behavior and academic performance in math and reading in grades three through 11. This type of classroom structure, known as teacher looping, is touted as a low-cost way to improve student achievement.

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What We Learned When We Implemented Dyslexia Screening in Missouri: Takeaways for New York

Guest writer Amanda McCaleb, a literacy intervention specialist in Missouri's largest school district, details key lessons to be learned from that state's rollout of universal dyslexia screening.

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