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Published on Mar 31, 2020
Many districts are rolling out skills-based learning materials in favor of richer curricula that systematically build students’ knowledge of history, literature, math, and science topics. Jana Beth Francis, the assistant superintendent of teaching and learning for Daviess County Schools in Owensboro, Ky., has supported teachers through the process of making this challenging new curriculum work, one classroom at a time, by helping them understand the “whys” behind the new expectations.
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