ELA: The way forward

There’s a need for both scholarly literature study and pragmatic skills exercise in ELA classrooms - but there’s a growing gulf between these practices, and it’s resulting in fragmented ELA study that fails many students. A piece of the puzzle is missing: instructional content that can help students build background knowledge to draw connections between seminal literature and real-world skills.

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* Source: U.S. Department of Education


Read the following guide ELA: The way forward to explore the challenges ELA curriculum directors face:


The disconnect between skills-based programs and students' skill growth


Why most ELA teachers reject textbooks as their content of choice


Finding authentic content that enhances literature study and builds skills

Meet your partner in differentiation

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