Tag: literacy

Bill Would Replace Key Federal Literacy Programs: $2.35 billion being asked for K-12 literacy programs in wake of ‘Reading First’

November 23rd, 2009 / / Educational Articles, / Comments Off on Bill Would Replace Key Federal Literacy Programs: $2.35 billion being asked for K-12 literacy programs in wake of ‘Reading First’

Zehr, Mary Ann. “Bill Would Replace Key Federal Literacy Programs” The New York Times. October 29, 2009. “We had long known how inextricably linked literacy is to high school success…”

SAT Preparation: Why to Bring Vocab Videos into the Classroom (ATTN TEACHERS!)

October 29th, 2009 / / A-List Blog, / Comments Off on SAT Preparation: Why to Bring Vocab Videos into the Classroom (ATTN TEACHERS!)

Vocab Videos is a revolutionary new system bringing vocabulary to life and getting students engaged in the learning process. Educators, we encourage you to get in on the action! As you know, the college admissions process—that time of year where students are busy prepping for the SAT, preparing their college applications, and trying to manage … Continue reading “SAT Preparation: Why to Bring Vocab Videos into the Classroom (ATTN TEACHERS!)”

Literacy Accountability in a New-Media Age

September 24th, 2009 / / Educational Articles, / Comments Off on Literacy Accountability in a New-Media Age

Barnwell, P. “Literacy Accountability in a New-Media Age” Education Week. September 22, 2009. Literacy Accountability in a New-Media Age

Panel Urges Attention to Adolescent Literacy

September 16th, 2009 / / Educational Articles, / Comments Off on Panel Urges Attention to Adolescent Literacy

Gewertz, C. “Panel Urges Attention to Adolescent Literacy” Education Week. September 15, 2009. Panel Urges Attention to Adolescent Literacy