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Study Abroad Grant Program Reintroduced to Senate

U.S. Senate Majority Whip Dick Durbin (D-IL) and U.S. Senator Roger Wicker (R-MS) today reintroduced the bipartisan, bicameral Senator Paul Simon Study Abroad Program...
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Mainstreaming ESL

Common Core State Standards are putting more pressure on all teachers to help English learners achieve literacy proficiency, so here are resources designed to lighten the load

Blake eLearning
Reading Eggs & Reading Eggspress
Grades Pre-K-6
Reading Eggs and Reading Eggspress make learning to read an enjoyable, rewarding, and exciting experience for pre-K- through sixth-grade students.

ESL ReadingSmart
Grades 4-High school
ESL ReadingSmart is a standards-based English language learning program for 4th through 12th grade students.

Grades 4-High school
ReadingMate is a web-based individualized reading intervention program that prepares students in fourth through twelfth-grade to read at grade level and develop the necessary reading skills for college and career readiness.

Study Island
Grades K-12
Study Island’s high-impact, high-value state standards mastery and test preparation program is specifically designed to help master the content specified in state and Common Core Standards.

Grades Pre-K-6
EducationCity is an online instructional and intervention solution that provides fun, engaging, research-based lessons and activities for pre-K- through sixth-grade students in language arts, math, and science.

MindPlay Virtual Reading Coach
Grades K-Adult
Provides both core curriculum and supplemental reading instruction, and is a complete reading solution. Covering all of the National Reading Panel’s recommendations for reading instruction, as well as including grammar and meaning, MVRC gets students reading at grade level in only 30 minutes a day, four days a week.

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