Posts Tagged ‘Literacy’

Conference Committees Tackle Final Details on K-12 Bills. Will Key Provisions Get Across the Finish Line?

As the end of the legislative session approaches, lawmakers head into one of the final steps in the legislative process: […]

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January 2024 Research Rundown

For our first Research Rundown of 2024—our curated list of recent, relevant research we think is worth adding to the […]

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Decoding Literacy Incentive Aid

After the passage of the Read Act in 2023, literacy in Minnesota is receiving renewed attention, as it should. Reading […]

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August 2023 Research Rundown

For August’s Research Rundown —our curated list of recent, relevant research we think is worth adding to the education equity […]

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What Can Families Expect to See from the READ Act?

You’ve probably heard a lot about the READ Act: the $75 million investment in literacy that lawmakers say will change […]

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July 2023 Research Rundown

For July’s Research Rundown —our curated list of recent, relevant research we think is worth adding to the education equity […]

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A Wrap on the 2023 Session: Tenacious DFL

Last week, Minnesota lawmakers wrapped up what many are calling an historic legislative session. With a record-setting budget surplus and […]

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The Time to Prioritize Literacy is Now

Sometimes I think of literacy among Minnesota students as a stopped-up pipe. Water is making its way but it isn’t […]

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Buckle Up! A Unique Session Ahead with High Stakes for Kids

The 2022 legislative session is about to begin, and it’s shaping up to be a unique year. For the first […]

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Attention Minnesota Teachers: New Literacy Training is Here

During the 2021 legislative session, Minnesota lawmakers dedicated $3 million to provide educators with rigorous training in the science of […]

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September 2021 Research Rundown

Welcome to EdAllies’ September Research Rundown: our curated list of recent, relevant research we think is worth adding to the […]

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