Not only does this source provide several free resources for teachers to utilize, but it also provides free and low-cost books for students as well. The resources offer tons of useful information for students of all different ability levels, in all subject areas. It is definitely worth checking out.
In this article, it states that Gov. Chrystie would like to do a complete overhaul of the funding for school districts, providing the same amount of aid for every school district, regardless of the amount of money that area has. Do you agree with this?
A great source where you can find support, lesson plans, and resources for teachers in low-income districts. The links on this page provide creative ideas and low-cost methods to implement in your classroom, as well as how to engage students who may otherwise be uninterested.
This book describes the resiliency of low-income district students and how creativity and imagination can bring forth a world of difference. It touches on proven approaches that have been implemented for closing out the opportunity gap, achieving success no matter the class size or family/district income.
Working in a low-income district does not have to mean skimping on technological resources, or quality lesson plans. Here, you will find five absolutely free applications to utilize to incorporate technology in the classroom.