Grassroots Enthusiasm Powers Adoption of Evidence-Based Math and ELA Curricula

The Pentucket (Massachusetts) Regional School District’s journey to using high-quality mathematics and English language arts (ELA) instructional...

Knowledge Building Can Be Fun

This month, we encouraged educators across the country to reflect on their transition to using the Wit & Wisdom® curriculum. Anna Barnoski, a...

Q&A from Background Knowledge and Reading Comprehension Webinar

The Great Minds® Educators Engage webinar “Research Spotlight: The Relationship Between Background Knowledge and Reading Comprehension” included a...

Building Knowledge About Juneteenth

The learning design of Wit & Wisdom® features an essential question at the beginning of every module that students focus on throughout the course...

Principal Values Wit & Wisdom® as Part of Her School's Approach to Addressing Racism

Under the leadership of principal Julissa Lambert-Yank, Acorn Woodland Elementary School in Oakland, California is using the Wit & Wisdom® English...

"Reading to Learn" in Grade 1, Thanks to Geodes®

The conventional wisdom says that students learn to read, and then they read to learn. 

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