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Gender & Diversity Issues

Text Set: Women Rise Up!

Learn more about the Suffragettes of the late 19th and early 20th century and how the movement for the 19th Amendment was not the end to women’s fight for equality.

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Voices of Autism

We recently spoke with some middle and high school students across the autism spectrum to learn what being autistic means to them — in school and beyond.


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School-Wide Reform

Accelerated Learning

An accelerated learning approach looks at achievement as a comprehensive endeavor with a strategic support system in and out of the classroom. This approach ensures that students, families, and educators have a foundation for success.

Up With AdLit

Get inspired by MG and YA stories, characters, and journeys!

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Learn more about Dystopian romance novels for your YA readers!

Book Nook

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Looking to add to your MG/YA bookshelf? Here’s what we’re reading this month. Click on the book cover to learn more. Happy reading! 

Read and Tweak

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We hope you will read along with us and consider tweaks you can make in your instructional practice. Click on the book cover to learn more about this month’s professional learning book selection. 

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How AdLit Are You?

In this young adult novel, Liz’s only hope to attend a prestigious university and play in their orchestra is to win the scholarship her high school offers to the person that holds which position?

Mama says I always liked words; that I was talking before I could walk, and reading and writing before I even got to kindergarten. For some reason, I like poems ... I like making words fit together like puzzle pieces, and coming up with the perfect rhyme.

excerpt from Isaiah Dunn Is My Hero by Kelly J. Baptist

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