About a month before America went into lockdown, Catherine Castillo of Springfield Public Schools in Missouri wrote about replacing timed tests with math fluency. And a few weeks before that, Leigh Anne Scherer of the North Clackamas School District in Oregon wrote about using Schoolzilla and Star Assessments “to ensure that students remain on a progressive track that leads to credit attainment as they go to ninth grade.”

Educators had myriad topics on their minds prior to the pandemic, and SmartBrief’s Katie Parsons rounds up articles from January through early March that appeared in the digital media publisher’s education-related newsletters. For more, click here.

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