Just because school's out doesn't mean that learning should stop. LFA has resources and ideas to keep students and parents engaged in reading and other educational activities, even in the dog days of summer.
In a recent podcast, Suzanne Mulcahy, Hawaii’s assistant superintendent for curriculum, instruction and student support, speaks to the state’s efforts to provide professional development and help schools make the transition to Common Core.
Lawyer & Rochester (NY) School Board President Van Henri White talks about some of the challenges facing his district (including poverty, teacher diversity and discipline disparities) and what they're doing to help all students succeed.
In an interview with the Learning First Alliance, Secretary of Education John B. King Jr. shares his goals for student equity, ideas for improving teaching conditions, and plans for the ESSA regulations.
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