Posted September 13, 2022
This newly-merged organization will become the largest equity-focused K-12 education development organization in the country
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September 13, 2022
Clay Willis, email@example.com
Today, Pivot Learning, CORE Learning, and UnboundEd announced they will merge this fall under the UnboundEd banner. The three organizations support teachers to drive long-needed changes in learning, especially in the highest-need schools. By joining, they’ll have the reach to support far more schools and districts to accelerate student learning and close gaps in a crucial moment for America’s students. READ MORE
Posted August 23, 2022
The Early Successes of Pivot Learning’s First Early Literacy Planning and Implementation Collaborative (ELPIC)
In early 2021, Pivot Learning and CORE Learning were contracted by the Sacramento County Office of Education (SCOE) to support 73 of the 75 California schools identified as in need of support due to their students’ low reading performance. To support these schools, we launched our new, network-based Early Learning Planning and Implementation Collaborative (ELPIC): a learning series on the foundations of literacy and assessment that culminated with the development of a clear, actionable, and educator-informed plan for improving literacy—a Literacy Action Blueprint. READ MORE
Posted August 22, 2022
Newhall School District’s educators take our Online Elementary Reading Academy (OERA)
CORE’s Online Elementary Reading Academy (OERA) has been provided to hundreds of teachers, coaches, and school leaders over the past five years. Our OERA supports educators to learn how to support all students—including English learners and those with dyslexia—to become proficient readers. READ MORE
Posted May 19, 2022
In this edition of the Academic Quarterly, the Reading Expert resurfaces an important topic related to the language comprehension portion of Scarborough’s Reading Rope—language structures, or syntax.
The Marvelous Mathematician explores how developing teachers as self-directed learners can help organizations make the necessary changes in teaching approaches to support the increased emphasis on exploration and investigation through equitable and engaging school experiences outlined in many of the new math frameworks and standards that are being adopted.
In the Leadership Corner, you’ll find resources to help navigate next steps in hiring, training, and retaining teachers and other school staff in a time of higher-than-usual vacancies.
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Posted April 20, 2022
Professional learning and job-embedded coaching on how to deliver explicit reading instruction are essential to improving literacy outcomes for all students. But just as critical is the use of high-quality, evidence-based reading curricula, particularly when supporting striving readers at all grade levels. In a time when one in three K–3 students require major and systemic reading intervention, CORE is proud to partner with the Center for the Collaborative Classroom to provide professional learning for their literacy programs, including SIPPS (Systematic Instruction in Phonological Awareness, Phonics, and Sight Words) which a recent study found significantly boosts elementary school reading skills. READ MORE