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Academic Support

Program Examples

Grantee Created Program Products and Documents

The page includes a sampling of program products from the Collaborative Partnership for Student Success grant (fund code 619/592) in addition to other documents received from the various Academic Support programs. Categories are provided, along with brief descriptions and the district/grantee's name, in order to differentiate one from the other. As with all such documents, these are not specifically endorsed or recommended by the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. However, we share them here so that they may serve as helpful resources for other districts and programs. If you have questions or would like to submit an Academic Support program example, please contact the Learning Supports and Early Learning (OLSEL) via achievement@doe.mass.edu or 781-338-3010.

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Manuals

Bridgewater-Raynham:

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Social, emotional, and behavioral curriculum to address the various reasons why some students do not reach proficiency on the MCAS

Holyoke:

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Summer rising 9th grade transition Empowerment Club curriculum with connections to ELA and STE learning standards.
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Summer math curriculum on how essential standards can be taught through real-life application with a focus on nutrition and wellness.
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Summer "Mad Science" curriculum on a variety of topics that is designed to be fun and engaging.

Somerville:

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Summer guidance curriculum for transitioning 8th to 9th graders, Moving Up to High School

Tantasqua:

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Example of a health and wellness directory provided to students and families

An additional resource:

Contextual Learning Website

Connect with others who are creating contextual learning experiences in classrooms and out-of-school settings. Browse projects and resources and submit your own. Be inspired by others; get insights into ways of planning and organizing projects; find resources; and share your results!



Last Updated: July 31, 2014
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