From a Teacher's Perspective
Della Taylor - 8th Grade ELA
Morningside Middle School
Through our Expeditionary Learning (EL) curriculum, students are given access to sustain their voice in their education because of the representation that it provides. Not only does this curriculum provide academic growth, but it also offers social-emotional growth that helps foster positive impacts in the lives of students outside of the walls of the school.
Anna Grillo - 3rd Grade Teacher
W.B. Goodwin Elementary
Our rigorous reading curriculum, EL, has aided in the growth of our students. EL has skyrocketed writing, reading, and language skills through its purposeful and engaging lessons, equitable protocols, and opportunity for student expression. On top of academics, EL has improved our scholars' social and emotional skills by teaching them how their habits contribute to the world.
The rigorous curricula of EL and Bridges have assisted with the growth of my students because they are more confident with their language skills-reading, writing, speaking & listening, and logical reasoning skills.