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Six ways to shore up equitable instruction in a tiered curriculum

Every student both struggles and excels in his or her own way. By designing multi-tiered instructional frameworks with competency and equity in mind, K-12 educators can provide students with differentiated instruction—including remediation, acceleration, and other academic supports—at exactly the right time, and in the right measures, to meet individual learning goals.

Educational leaders can consider six actionable strategies when creating curriculum programs to serve increasingly diverse and special populations of students, close performance gaps, and ensure achievement for all. Schools and districts that apply these strategies can potentially gain an advantage when it comes to addressing all students’ academic needs.

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