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Grades 6–12
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A Simple Guide to Making the Most of ESSER Funds

In this article, we’ll take an in-depth look at what the Elementary and Secondary Emergency Relief (ESSER) Fund entails, how to make the most of this critical aid, and how...
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Phonics and the Science of Reading

Recently, a national conversation in schools and the media has emerged around how we best teach our young learners to read. This conversation has been couched under the...
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Teacher New Year’s Resolutions You'll Actually Keep! [Free Worksheet]

As an educator, I’ve always appreciated that the second semester of school kicks off right after the New Year’s celebrations. It inspires me to reflect on the first semester...
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Tips for Mentoring New Teachers In-Person or Virtually

Teacher retention is a huge concern in education, especially when the pressures and stresses for teachers keep growing. Mentorship is one of the most important steps...
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Resources for Hosting a Virtual Back-to-School Night

Want to host a virtual Back-to-School Night but just not sure where to start? We’ve got you covered! In this article, you’ll find helpful tips and tricks for hosting a...
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Remote Classroom & Hybrid Classroom Teaching Strategies– Distance Learning Done Right

Despite the hectic and ever-changing landscape of education right now, we want to help teachers rise to the occasion, support their students, and help them find success....
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How Principals Can Support the Professional Development of Teachers

Professional development is one strategy that principals can use to support teachers as they work to increase student achievement. The days of the sit-and-get professional...
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Teaching About Racism: Anti-Racism Resources for Teachers

William H. Sadlier, Inc. stands in solidarity with those speaking out against racism and calling for social change. As a company and a collection of private individuals, we...
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7 Fun Professional Development Ideas for Teachers

During summer break, teachers should take advantage of their slower schedules to complete professional development hours. In this post, we'll explore some fun professional...
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Developing a Growth Mindset in the ELA Classroom

In this article, you’ll learn about the transformative power of a growth mindset in schools, specifically in the ELA classroom. You’ll discover what a growth mindset is and...
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8 Strategies for Teaching ELL Students Vocabulary Words

When ELL students learn vocabulary, they understand what is happening in their classrooms and have a deeper knowledge of what they are expected to learn. Not only does this...
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How to Make Improving Vocabulary Skills a School-Wide Initiative

Vocabulary learning does not take place only inside the English department. All disciplines, from Art to Science, require that students learn discipline-specific academic...
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