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Oakdale, Minnesota Tutoring Programs
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Oakdale District and Curriculum
The Oakdale schools belong to a school district with comprehensive plans for high scholastic achievement. Literacy Plan goals for successful readers in an ever changing world, a S.T.E.M. program organizes the science, technology, engineering and math curriculums, and a district-wide curriculum improvement program means that teachers and administrators are constantly working with the guidelines of the state-standards and the implementation of the Common Core.
We currently cover the following Oakdale-area school district: School District 622.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Oakdale District Curriculum
Math is one of the most important subjects that Oakdale schools focus on, using the state-standards to guarantee student success and subject compliance in every school. Parents can be sure that their child is getting the best skills instruction and practice in K-5. Number and Operation, Algebraic Concepts, and Geometry, both shape identification and measuring, takes a student towards two major goals for the graduating class of 2015: Algebra ability by 8th grade and mastery of Algebra II, or its equivalent.
The ELA teaching curriculum is already aligned towards the Common Core. The adoption of a new curriculum means students will continue to follow the state-standards. That appears as instruction that takes the form of two parts: K-5 follows the strands of reading; writing, speaking, viewing, listening, and media literacy; and, plus, with the addition of needs for Social Science and Science, more advanced reading and writing instruction.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Oakdale Educational News
- School Board Information - Parents with students in Oakdale schools will wonder what the school board does. Questions about the functions of the board are contained on this page. Any questions about the setting of scholastic goals for the school year will most certainly be answered here.
- Educational Equity - The issue of educational equity is usually always a two part question: what is it and does my school district practice it? For Oakdale schools, parents can have their questions answered on this page. More, they may even find that the practice of equity has never looked so good as it does now, and as equity is practiced in Oakdale schools. For parents, it is a plus to see that the issue is as transparent and front-and-center as the district site announces.
- School Bus Information - With 85% of the students in Oakdale schools dependent on busing, parents can rest assured that the management of the service is efficient and safety. Metrics are used to assess and plan school bus routes for every neighborhood. Concerns about safety come first, too, and information on the page explain the steps that are taken to make every ride as effective and safe as it can be.
Oakdale Tutors Can Help Your Student Succeed
SchoolTutoring Academy works with young learners and students, all the way up through high school. We offer Pre-K and Kindergarten Tutoring as well as Elementary School Tutoring to build a strong learning foundation early on. We also offer comprehensive tutoring across all school subjects.
Chalk Talk: The Importance of Educational Equity
The importance of educational equity begins with the measuring of achievement, fairness, and opportunity in a school and classroom. There must always be fairness, meaning the factors of the background of a student are accounted for, to insure that background conditions will not interfere with their abilities in the classroom. Inclusion also makes up equity, with the hope that every student is able to receive the same education, if not more to make up for any skill deficits. On a curricular level, objectives should be clear but also able to be interpreted by teachers in terms of their ability to create the objective into a lesson appropriately taught for their learners. Instructional methods are in the realm of the educators, and equitable education means that student interests are looked out for by those who understand their actual learning styles the best. Also, communication between the district, families and the community should be regular and help boost overall institutional transparency.