The New Orleans Equity Index Is LIVE!

After almost two years of research and analysis, OPEN and its partners are thrilled to present the New Orleans Education Equity Index. This first-of-its-kind data tool covers a wide range of statistics on how schools are serving the diverse needs of New Orleans learners. Users can view individual school profiles or examine system-wide performance in Read more about The New Orleans Equity Index Is LIVE![…]

New Interactive EDI Data Map Now Available!

OPEN is proud to present this new and updated data map covering critical child development metrics for over 65% of New Orleans’ 5-year-olds. EDI data collection is rolling out again this year — will you join the mission of supporting New Orleans’ youngest learners? Are you a school or charter leader? Click here to become a 2017 Early Development Read more about New Interactive EDI Data Map Now Available![…]

Lessons from #teachersfirst

Before the September 2015 #teachersfirst planning session, participants were treated to a talk with panelists from schools and community organizations across the city, as well as Dr. Henderson Lewis, Orleans Parish Superintendent. Here are the key takeaways: 1. Teachers want more and better methods of measuring efficacy — for themselves and their students. Every child is Read more about Lessons from #teachersfirst[…]

Classroom Management: A Guide for Teachers

Classroom management is the process by which teachers and schools create and maintain positive behavior of students in learning settings with the purpose of enhancing students’ academic skills and competencies, as well as their social and emotional development. Effective teachers use management not to control student behavior, but to influence and direct it in a Read more about Classroom Management: A Guide for Teachers[…]

Cultural Competence in the Classroom: A Guide for Teachers

As the country is becoming increasingly diverse, so are today’s classrooms. Teachers need to have the knowledge and skills to connect with students of all backgrounds. A teacher who is responsive to the unique differences among students and can provide an environment of respect and reciprocity can have a profound effect on student success. Recognizing the Read more about Cultural Competence in the Classroom: A Guide for Teachers[…]

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