Tag Archives: KIPP

Improving Students’ Reading Comprehension

An article posted yesterday in the New York Times examined students’ performances in math and reading, finding that students are collectively performing better in math than in reading across a number of schools and districts. Two charter networks mentioned, Uncommon … Read more.

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Testing 1, 2, 3: Crafting Reading Assessments

Reading assessments are a great tool for tracking how your students are doing in a number of different categories. By assessing frequently and on a regular basis, you can assess your students’ abilities from a collection of data gathered over time rather than … Read more.

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A New Book from KIPP: Reading Without Limits

This handy guidebook and map gives teachers, schools, and districts the help they need to move their kids to the highest level of fervor, stamina, and love of learning and independent thinking. This book provides a unique structure of choice; … Read more.

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