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Accessibility & Engagement in the Evolving ELA Classroom

Accessibility & Engagement in the Evolving ELA Classroom

As educators, we live for moments that revitalize our passion for teaching. Moments when we see the spark of comprehension in a student's eyes when they connect to a story, when we feel the energy of collaborative discussion unfolding in the classroom, or when we witness struggling readers and students with...

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Protecting Our Planet—Celebrating Earth Month 2021

Protecting Our Planet—Celebrating Earth Month 2021

We’re celebrating Earth Day (April 22) a little early this year by dedicating the month of April to some of our favorite books that bring the importance of the environment into focus. After all, our Earth should be something we think about every day!

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Women's History Month: Celebrating Strong Women in Literature

Women's History Month: Celebrating Strong Women in Literature

March is Women's History Month, and this year Perfection Learning® is celebrating by highlighting stories that feature strong women. Strength is shown in so many different ways—persevering during difficult times, going against the grain, or simply standing up for your beliefs.

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Get to Know Joseph Bianchi, AP® Social Studies Editor

Get to Know Joseph Bianchi, AP® Social Studies Editor

Get to know one of our editors, Joseph Bianchi, who specializes in AP® Social Studies. Joe answers our questions about how he carries over his 25 years of teaching experience to editing, what his favorite decade is, and reveals one of his hidden talents!

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Get to Know David Wolfford, Author of AP® U.S. Government & Politics

Get to Know David Wolfford, Author of AP® U.S. Government & Politics

Get to know the author of our AP® United States Government & Politics textbook. David Wolfford answers our questions about how he maintains his love of teaching AP® Government, his tricks for memorizing student names, and his #1 classroom rule! 

 

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