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New Curriculum for Reading

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We have been working on 3rd and 8th grade reading books, and they're now classroom ready! Give us a call if you want to learn more.
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Finding a Homework Routine That Works

Back to School: Finding a homework routine that works In most districts, the school year is underway. Often, the first few days of a new school year are spent establishing class rules and generally setting the table for a successful classroom experie...
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Reading Drives Results for Oklahoma Schools

In our last column, we discussed fostering a love of reading by taking time to read in summer’s last days. This week, school children have begun heading back to class. Parents of third graders may already be thinking about the third grade reading ass...
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A Simple but Powerful Class Opening Activity

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Here's a good idea from the George Lucas Educational Foundation's website: comes an article by Alex Shervrin Venet. The rose and thorn check-in is a quick strategy for building community and developing student voice. "At the st...
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Free Help for Parents and Kids: Specific, Grade Appropriate Objectives

  Khan Academy provides free help for parents and kids who want to study specific, grade appropriate objectives. Simply set up an account for your child, and you'll be able to track lessons and progress. Thirty minutes of work each day during th...
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At Alpha Plus, We Use Data to Help Schools Make the Grade!

Our system helps teachers and administrators identify students who need remediation in real time. We even pinpoint the specific OAS objectives that need improvement!

That's why Alpha Plus schools have outperformed the state average every year of the A-F Report Cards.