ScribFolders from Scribbles Software Helps Schools Go Paperless

Online cumulative records management tool for schools saves time, money and space

Pineville, NC – September 20, 2022 – Scribbles Software, a leading provider of K-12 records and enrollment software, is offering a cumulative records management system that simplifies the records access and filing process for schools.  ScribFolders allows school districts to move all of their student information files online as students matriculate, which means authorized personnel can have instant, secure online access to the information they need to support students.

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New Research from Curriculum Associates: Student Achievement Shows Concerns and Bright Spots in Recovery—More Students Are Behind in Phonics but Some Schools Are Exceeding Expectations

New data highlights need for concentrated focus on foundational reading and mathematics skills 

NORTH BILLERICA, Mass., September 14, 2022—While more students are falling behind in foundational reading skills, some schools buck the trend with positive practice in the pandemic’s wake, according to new research released by Curriculum Associates today. 

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Aperture Education Hosts Fall “Voices from the Field” Webinar Series

Webinars feature experts sharing their insights and best practices for supporting social and emotional learning

Charlotte N.C. (September 13, 2022) — Aperture Education is hosting a series of free webinars this fall in which experts share insights and strategies to support social and emotional learning in schools. To view the descriptions and register to attend, visit https://apertureed.com/events and scroll down to “Webinars.” All webinars will be available on demand to those who registered but were unable to attend live.

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Expanded Set of Free Videos Provide Support for Teachers This School Year

Free, on-demand videos on PLtogether.org feature interviews with education leaders about topics ranging from professional development to teacher wellness

SAN FRANCISCO (September 7, 2022) – The PLtogether resource site powered by Edthena now features more than 75 video interviews with education experts. Educators can access the free, on-demand “Lounge Talks” video series to hear about and learn effective strategies for a number of timely topics ranging from professional development to teacher wellness.

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Scribbles Software Hosts Virtual Conference to Help Schools Go Paperless

ScribCon 2022: Reach for New Heights features speakers and resources to help schools looking to make the shift to electronic records management

Pineville, NC – August 31, 2022 – Scribbles Software, a leading provider of K-12 records and enrollment software, is hosting a free three-day virtual event Sept. 28-30 to help K-12 schools navigate the transition from paper to electronic records management systems. 

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Aperture Education Releases Back-to-School SEL Guide for the School Community

Free, downloadable guide contains resources, articles, and activities to support social and emotional learning this school year, both in the classroom and at home

Charlotte N.C. (August 30, 2022) — Aperture Education has released its 2022-2023 Back-to-School Guide offering 48 pages of resources to help administrators, teachers, and parents support social and emotional learning this school year. The Back-to-School Guide focuses on relationship-building and also offers resources on everything from managing stress, to getting buy-in for SEL programs, to how to support SEL in the home. It is available to download for free at https://info.apertureed.com/2022btsg.

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Curriculum Associates Updates i-Ready Personalized Instruction and Assessment to Help Accelerate Student Learning for the 2022–2023 School Year

New reports, lessons, accessibility features, and more will help educators support grade-level work, monitor progress, and motivate every learner on their path to success

NORTH BILLERICA, Mass., August 29, 2022—To help accelerate teaching and learning this coming school year, Curriculum Associates has updated its award-winning i-Ready Personalized Instruction and Assessment program with new reports, lessons, accessibility features, and more. These new resources are designed specifically to help educators support grade-level work, monitor progress, and motivate every learner on their path to success.

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New Physics E-Book Helps High School and College Students Explore Mechanics Concepts Using Video Analysis

Vernier Video Analysis: Conservation Laws and Forces features 12 hands-on investigations that use award-winning app from Vernier Science Education

BEAVERTON, Oregon, August 30, 2022 — To support high school and college physics instruction, Vernier Science Education has released Vernier Video Analysis: Conservation Laws and Forces. This new e-book, which features 12 hands-on investigations that use the award-winning Vernier Video Analysis® app, helps students explore mechanics topics beyond basic motion, such as conservation of energy and conservation of translational and angular momentum. 

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The Association of Latino Administrators and Superintendents (ALAS) Calls President Biden’s Student Loan Forgiveness Good First Step

 The Association of Latino Administrators and Superintendents (ALAS) Calls President Biden’s Student Loan Forgiveness Good First Step

WASHINGTON, D.C. (August 25, 2022) – The Association of Latino Administrators and Superintendents (ALAS) calls President Joe Biden’s announcement August 24, 2022 on new steps to address student loan debt as a good step toward improving the employee pipeline issue in education.

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Education Arm of The Buck Institute – PBLWorks – Receives a $2.9 Million Grant from the Bezos Family Foundation

Grant will fund creation of a free culturally-responsive and adaptable social studies and civics curriculum focused on PBL for grades 4-12

Novato, California (August 25, 2022) – The Buck Institute for Education (dba PBLWorks) was awarded a $2.9 million grant from the Bezos Family Foundation to design an innovative social studies and civics curriculum that uses a Project Based Learning (PBL) model. The new PBL units are being designed for teachers of grades 4-12 and will be available free as Open Educational Resources (OER). 

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