January 12, 2017
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The law of the vital few

By: Gene Kerns, Ed.D., Vice President and Chief Academic Officer Teachers regularly report that they have more skills to teach students than the time necessary to teach them. Therefore, teaching often requires making tough choices about which skills to focus […]
January 5, 2017
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Success Story: Finding and showcasing the greatness in every student

She seemed destined to be just another at-risk statistic, on a path to increasingly destructive behavior born of a troubled home life, poverty, abuse, and neglect. But along the way, one caring church family and a devoted elementary art teacher […]
December 29, 2016
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3 big predictions for K12 education in 2017

By: Ken Stoflet, Marketing Communications Specialist What will change in 2017? What will stay the same? Where is education heading? As 2016 comes to an end, we’ve put our heads together and made three big predictions for K12 education in […]
December 22, 2016
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The top books Renaissance quiz writers read in 2016

By: Ken Stoflet, Marketing Communications Specialist Ever wonder who writes the reading comprehension quizzes in Renaissance Accelerated Reader® and Accelerated Reader 360®? With more than 180,000 quizzes available and new books published every day, we have an amazing team that […]