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INCREDIBLE RESULTS: Gap Closed!

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INCREDIBLE RESULTS: Gap Reversed!

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2015 National Blue Ribbon Award Winner Pembroke Pines – FSU Charter Elementary

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Congratulations to Shine Award Winner Antonio Alves!

 

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Congratulations to Shine Award Winner Abria J. Harris!

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Congratulations to Blackburn and Friendship Elementary

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Congratulations to Wayman Academy of the Arts

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Manatee County School District Improves

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Gadsden, Dixie and Jefferson County School Districts Achieve Amazing Results in Math on 2013 FCAT 2.0

Press Release  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 29, 2013 Gadsden, Dixie and Jefferson County School Districts Achieve Amazing Results in Math on 2013 FCAT 2.0 Once again, Gadsden County third graders – for the 3rd year in a row – achieved remarkable results on the 2013 FCAT 2.0 Math. This year, despite continuing challenges in Reading (ranked 4th [...]

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Westside shows its Best side

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Algebra: Amazing Results!

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Breakthrough 2011 FCAT 2.0 Math Results – Gadsden County

Despite more rigorous Math standards and challenges in Reading (ranked 3rd lowest in the state for 2011), Gadsden County third-graders achieved breakthrough results on 2011 FCAT 2.0 Math. Historically, Gadsden has performed among the lowest 4 counties in Florida in Math; however, on the 2011 FCAT 2.0 Math, Gadsden is ranked #8 in Florida with [...]

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Twin Lakes Elementary

Title I School Achieves 100% Math Success Despite Odds Third-grade students at Twin Lakes Elementary in Hialeah know all about numbers. The Title I school is one of only 28 elementary schools (out of more than 2,000) in the state to achieve 100 percent on the third-grade mathematics portion of the 2010 Florida Comprehensive Assessment [...]

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Education Week

Volume xx, Number 30 . April 11,2001 American Education Newspaper of Record (Please click on continue reading to see the highlighted section.) April 11, 2001 From Worst to First:  By Karla Scoon Reid Two wide-eyed girls nervously rattle off the latest announcements on Fessenden Elementary School’s closed-circuit TV newscast. After detailing the all important lunch menu, [...]

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Curriculum That Clicks

St.Petersburgh Times Online By JEFFREY S. SOLOCHECK As a second-grader, Karley Bender hated to read.She couldn’t make out what the words said. They looked like nonsense. Trying to get through schoolwork, much less a book for fun, was unpleasant at best.”I used to have to fight her every time to read,” Karley’s mom, Renee, recalled. [...]

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Florida’s K-12 Chancellor

Mr. James Warford, Florida’s K-12 Chancellor: In the April 23, 2003 Press Release by the Department of Education that announced Mr. Warford as the K-12 Chancellor, evidence of Warford’s success as superintendent of Marion County Public Schools was emphasized by the improvement in performance of 3 “F” and 8 ”D” schools in the county. ACALETICS® [...]

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Norwood Elementary

Norwood Elementary (Miami-Dade):This partnership shows the results of superior school-level leadership along with efficient and effective use of available resources. For the past six years, our relationship with Norwood has allowed the principal to allocate the majority of the school’s resources and efforts to improve its Reading program while utilizing ACALETICS® products, services and support [...]

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1 PLUS 1 EQUALS YUM

By VALERIE TAYLOR Published February 3, 2005 Want to help your child do better in math? Put away the flash cards and bring out the Cheerios. Well, not really, but Westside Elementary recently showed about 100 parents and students that there’s a variety of ways to put the merriment in math. Calling the event Edible [...]

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