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New Course: Universal Design for Learning

Schools today are more diverse than ever, with students arriving in your classroom from very different backgrounds and with widely differing ability levels, interests and foundational skills.  And the reality is, diversity isn’t the exception, it’s the rule! It’s critical to not lose sight of the fact that every student is a unique learner. And with…

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How Can Online Learning Support Your 2017-2018 Professional Development Plans

As you plan your professional development for the 2017-2018 school year, you’re likely juggling many professional learning priorities, and trying to figure out how to address them all with limited time and resources. Have you considered how online PD courses can complement your plans and help your educators achieve their professional learning goals? Here are…

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New Course: English Learners and Instructional Strategies

English-language learners – or ELs – are the fastest-growing segment of the U.S. student population, according to the U.S. Department of Education. Nearly five million English learners in grades K through 12 enrolled in U.S. schools during the 2014 to 2015 school year. ELs comprise about 10 percent of the student population nationwide. That figure…

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