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Schools and Education
Blog posts that relate to news in the education field or case studies conducted with our school and education customers.
4 Ways Student Progress Trackers Can Have a Lasting Impact on Student SuccessFri Nov 10 2017
A teacher's first priority is—and forever will be—guaranteeing the best possible instruction for his or her students. After speaking to thousands of teachers across the US, we've come to realize that measuring the effectiveness of a particular lesson plan and its impact on students isn't an exact science. Each student is unique; some require more attention than others, and when you're dealing with an entire roster of students, it can be easy to lose sight of individual progress. Our Student Progress® Tracker whiteboard systems have proven to be a great tool for dealing with progression tracking of students on a subject-by-subject scale. Since there are so many ways in which you can use a Progress Tracker in your classroom, we put together this handy infographic detailing the biggest benefits of tracking student progression in the classroom.
WhiteWalls Make Their Way Into The ClassroomTue Jan 24 2017
By: Mike P
A couple weeks back we received a picture of WhiteWalls being put to use in a local high school English classroom. This image is just one of the many we frequently receive from satisfied Magnatag customers on a regular basis. I recently followed up with the member of our sales team that was responsible for the order in hopes to better understand what prompted the school's interest in WhiteWalls.
How The Head Start Program Is Helping Young Children GrowMon Dec 19 2016
By: Mike P
As of 2011, over one million children have been enrolled in the government-funded early childhood Head Start program. What began as part of President Lyndon B Johnson’s Great Society campaign that sought to eliminate poverty and racial injustice, the Head Start program “promotes the school readiness of young children from low-income families through agencies in their local community.” As further explained by the program’s official website, the Head Start and Early Head Start programs support the development of children up until the age of 5; in centers, child care partner locations, and in their own homes. Of the many responsibilities of the Head Start program, the program aims to provide early childhood education, health, nutrition, and parent involvement services to low-income children and families.