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The Model Matters: Addressing the Issues of ELL Education

The education of English Language Learners (ELLs) is one of the most pressing issues currently facing K-12 schools. While popular media generally portrays ELL issues as concentrated along border states, research shows that “the highest growth in ELL populations include Wyoming, Nebraska, Indiana, Kentucky, and Alabama.” In these and other states, one in ten students is new to the English language, but despite the growing rate of ELLs, not all classrooms are prepared to meet their needs.

Make the Most of National Poetry Month with Istation

This month marks the 20th anniversary of National Poetry Month! Founded in 1996 by the Academy of American Poets, National Poetry Month has become the largest literary celebration in the world!

How to Spot an Under-the-Radar Student and Get Her Back on Track

It wasn't until she broke down in tears that I realized my student needed help.

Extend Learning & Connect with Parents: The Power of Istation Home

Cynthia Thro is the proud principal of Oak Grove Elementary in Hillsborough County, Florida. In addition to leading the charge for Istation implementation in her district, Principal Thro has also facilitated a very strong Istation Home program. Recently, I had the opportunity to talk with Principal Thro about how her school has implemented Istation Home with such great success.

Putting Istation to work with "Tier Time"

All teachers are busy, but even by that standard, Ms. Culbreth is busier than most. Teaching at Thompsonville C.U.S.D 174, a K-12 Title I school in southern Illinois, Ms. Culbreth serves every student in grades K through 8. She also teaches reading to 7th and 8th grade students and has at least for this year taken on yet further duties needed to support the school.

Four Strategic Moves to Implement Istation and Motivate Students

When Ms. Dillon realized the students at Horace O’Bryant Middle School weren’t enthusiastic about another tech tool in the classroom, she took matters into her own hands. Since then, the students have not only been more engaged and motivated to use Istation, but they’ve also started begging her to see their progress. What’s the secret to her success? Ms. Dillon said, “We made four strategic moves that brought us from the bottom to the top.”