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Exploring Digital Literacy through Websites in the ESL Classroom

Today, because of digital literacy, the world has turned into a small global village. Specifically, for ESL students, who are from different cultural backgrounds, communication becomes easy and convenient with digital literacy tools....

source: By Sangeeta Johri
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A new report, "Persistence: The Success of Students Who Transfer from Community Colleges to Selective Four-Year Institutions," released this week by the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation, shows that community college students...

source: Jack Kent Cooke Foundation

Every parent wants to believe that his or her child is exceptionally bright, but there is a clear difference between a child that is fairly smart and a child that is incredibly gifted. For example, "Read and Spell" writes that a gifted...

source: Moms

In December of 2003 Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Daniel Golden interviewed me about our district's identification and admissions policies of our gifted program. I served as the gifted coordinator of a district with 15,000 students in Pre-K through grade 12. I was instrumental...

source: The High Flyer

Grades and student report cards provide parents with a picture of how their children are performing in school. New data, however, raises questions about just how accurate that picture is. A pair of recent reports shed light on the connection, or lack thereof, between a student's...

source: Education Writers Association

Fifty-five percent of adults in the 2018 PDK poll say today's students are receiving a worse education than they did when they were students. That's the most negative result on this question (by five points) in the six times the PDK poll has asked it since 1973. Notably,...

source: PDK Poll

In recent years, kindergarten has often been described as the new first grade because of the growing emphasis on academic content, particularly math and reading. But that's not necessarily a bad thing, according to a study...

source: Education Dive

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