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College- and Career-Ready Math Standards = Higher Expectations for Students and Teachers

By Luis Lima, Senior Advisor, CenterPoint
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The Discipline of Social Studies is Changing, and So Should Professional Learning

By Patricia Conner and Emily Alvarez, CenterPoint
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Moving Toward Expanding Capacity in Education with a Train-the-Trainer Model of Professional Learning

By Patricia D’Alfonso, Retired Educator and National AFT Reading and Writing Trainer
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Building Educator Capacity – Breaking Down the Buzzword

By Lesley Muldoon, Chief of Policy & Advocacy at CenterPoint
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Promoting Equity and Opportunity for All Students

By Lesley Muldoon, Chief of Policy & Advocacy at CenterPoint
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How To Help Parents Support Grade Level Skills At Home (Right From The Start of the Year)

By: Windy Lopez-Aflitto, Vice President of Content and Partnerships, at Learning Heroes, a nonprofit organization with a mission to equip and inform parents so they can best advocate for their...
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Building an Evidence-Informed Education-Improvement Movement

Eric Kalenze, the Director of Education Solutions at Search Institute, is the author of Education Is Upside-Down: Reframing Reform to Focus on the Right Problems and the education blog A Total Ed...
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Creating a College-Going Culture

By Meredith B.L. Anderson, Ph.D., and Zakyia Goins-McCants, MS. Ed. Meredith Anderson is a Senior Research Associate at UNCF and Zakyia Goins-McCants is a Leadership for Education Equity (LEE) Summer...
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How to Get More Districts on a Path to Quality, Aligned Curriculum

By Laura Slover, CenterPoint’s CEO, and Bonnie Hain, CenterPoint’s Chief Academic Officer
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In It For the Long Haul: Our District’s Experience Implementing a High-Quality Curriculum

By Amy Holbrook, Becky Parker, and Mandy Polen, Instructional Coaches at Mad River Local Schools in Riverside, Ohio
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