Put simply, data literacy is the ability to derive meaning from data. That seems like a straightforward proposition, but, in truth, finding relationships in data can be fraught with complexities, including: Understanding where the data came from, including the lineage or source of that data. Ensuring that the data meet compliance
March is full of celebrations of reading, particularly those that encourage us to share our love of reading with others. It's National Reading Month, kicking off with Dr. Seuss' birthday and NEA's Read Across America Day. At Curriculum Pathways, we're celebrating reading every day—developing literacy and early reading skills is
One of the most frustrating problems writing teachers face in the digital age is the ease with which students are able to cheat by copying online text and passing it off as their own. We all know the story. A student needs some help with an essay about, say,
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You only have to glance at the daily news to know how important the understanding of civics, economics, geography, and history is for students today. And yet social studies can get lost in an education environment steeped in the science, technology, engineering, and math of STEM—and in the time-honored pillars
Increasingly, third graders who aren't reading proficient are more likely to become high school dropouts . Our education system has drawn a clear line: third graders must read at grade level. Why? K-2 education devotes more time and greater emphasis to reading. Reading skills required to learn across subject areas become critical