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Many people believe in the Friday the 13th superstition – a day that is synonymous with bad luck.  However, 13 is also a lucky number for many others, so I’ve decided to make this Friday the 13th a lucky and memorable day… by counting out 13 scoops! Here are 13 happenings in education news (in […]

MDR Vicki Bigham Big News

Oh, the temptation to play an April Fools joke on you all was there, but I’ll refrain.  Just use this as your warning to be on your toes this coming Sunday, and to be the wiser and not the fool! I hope I can remember my own warning. Thank you for continuing to send over […]

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By Suzanne Carreker, Ph.D., CALT, QI, Principal Educational Content Lead​ at Lexia Learning One of the challenges of addressing the learning needs of non-proficient adolescent readers is the diversity of those needs. However, in the majority of cases, educators can determine the cause of non-proficient reading by applying the Simple View of Reading. This formula, which […]

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Spring is almost in the air!  Well, almost…the poor northeast was hammered with snow, so no spring fever there yet, but hopefully soon. Thank you for continuing to send over your news and updates.  Keep up the great work!  Here’s what’s been happening in big education news and also some personal updates… Movers and Shakers […]

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By Britten Follett – Senior Vice President of Marketing and Classroom Initiatives, Follett School Solutions It’s on the top shelf. Slightly out of reach for five and six-year olds. So they stand on their tippy toes, reach high, and tilt the book off the shelf. I watch as their little fingers flip each page. They gasp […]

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Happy March all!  Thank you to all the fans out there for sharing your education scoops, as I love reading and sharing about all the changes in the industry.  Keep ’em coming! Diving in head first! As I mentioned in the last EdScoops, we had a new member, Melissa Pelletier, join the MDR team.  Well, […]

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MDR graciously offered me space this week, because I told them I wanted to reminisce.  For anyone who’s been in the industry as long as I have, that’s a dangerous offer. I have enjoyed thinking back and calling up wonderful memories from decades of school market experience. But before I indulge myself, I have to […]

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Off into retirement she goes! The irreplaceable and tireless Anne Wujcik is now officially retired. For us as a company, it’s impossible to measure her impact or thank her adequately for her wisdom and passion over the years. We are, and will continue to be, inspired by her commitment to education and we will strive […]

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Open education resources (OER) are finally moving into the mainstream. At postsecondary institutions, OER has begun to expand beyond the small group of dedicated early adopters. Driven in part by pressure to address the high cost of college textbooks, the list of colleges that launched open learning initiatives boomed in 2017. In K-12, OER is rapidly […]