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Focuses on three key trends in learning technology:  mobile learning, online and blended learning, and e-textbooks. The report summarizes the findings of the Speak Up National Research Project, which held discussion forums around the country with K-12 students and their parents.

Resource Leveraging

Provides information and guidance to those who coordinate and deliver special education programs and services to children with disabilities in the school districts and counties participating in the New York State Medicaid Program.

Resource Leveraging

Highlights 15 federal elementary and secondary education programs that support universal prevention, and social and emotional learning initiatives.

Resource Leveraging

Presents a step-by-step framework for developing school, district, and state policies that increase educational equity, and aspirations and achievement for all students while generating positive change throughout the educational system.

Resource Leveraging

Includes basic information about leveraging resources including physical, financial, social, and intellectual resources, stakeholder involvement, and program integration as components of effective resource leveraging.

Resource Leveraging

Aids states, communities, tribes, territories, and organizations in efforts to assess their current financing structures/strategies; identify outcomes to achieve; consider a variety of financing strategies; and to prepare to develop a strategic financing plan.

Resource Leveraging

Provides information on three school-related health strategies supported by the Affordable Care Act (ACA): school-based health centers, community-school health partnerships, and pregnant and parenting teen supports.

Resource Leveraging

Includes a facilitator’s guide and discussion module so that teams can confidently engage in a strategic financing process to ensure sufficient resources for the program and practice improvements to which they are committed.

Resource Leveraging

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