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    Supporting Migrant Children in Chicago Public Schools

    Learn how Chicago Public Schools tackles the challenges of accommodating 35,000 migrants through innovative support strategies and collaborative efforts to ensure an inclusive educational environment for all students.

    Maya Gat Named to Top 50 Women Leaders of Connecticut for 2024

    For the second year in a row, Women We Admire named Ms. Gat to the Prestigious List of Innovative Female Leaders. 

    What New Research Shows About the Link Between Achievement and SEL

    A study analyzed assessments of SEL skills and math and reading performance.

    Making a Difference When Faced With Disproportionality

    How Branching Minds supports districts across the country to improve outcomes and reduce inequities.

    Education for All: Building Branching Minds

    Former classroom teacher Maya Gat went from not knowing what a startup was to co-founding a life-changing EdTech platform.

    The Right MTSS Platform Should Empower Educators

    How Branching Minds empowers educators to more effectively, efficiently, and equitably support the holistic needs of ALL students.

    Maya Gat named to Top 50 Women Leaders of Connecticut for 2023

    In their profile, Women We Admire writes, “Maya sets vision and strategy for Branching Minds' dynamic team of seasoned educators, learning scientists, and technologists - driving towards solutions to some of education's most pressing problems of practice.”

    Identifying Equitable Intervention —
    Dr. Essie Sutton

    For multilingual learners struggling academically or with social–emotional learning, it can be difficult for educators to identify whether the primary challenge is language acquisition or an underlying learning disability.

    7 Questions About Branching Minds MTSS Platform with CEO Maya Gat

    Keeping up with the thousands of ed tech solutions available to K–12 schools is challenging; startups and well-established providers alike are frequently announcing new features and integrations, expanding into new lanes, or contracting to focus on the areas in which they see the biggest impact for students.

    How to Reframe MTSS to Help Close the Education Achievement Gap

    The COVID-19 pandemic drastically worsened the educational achievement gap in this country, exacerbating many of the underlying systemic problems that contribute to inequities in learning.

    DeSoto ISD looking to implement new strategies to improve educational outcomes for students

    DeSoto ISD is looking to take a more holistic approach to teaching its students through a learning model known as a Multi-Tiered System of Supports, the district announced.

    District 65 Implementing New MTSS Tool to Address Needs of Striving Learners

    At the March 4 District 65 School Board meeting, Donna Cross provided an update on how the Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS) process is being used in the District’s schools, including how a new cloud-based tool, Branching Minds, is helping teachers use the MTSS process.

    Personalising learning for students who learn differently

    “There have been over three million articles published in the field of learning sciences,” says former teacher Maya Gat, “and very little of this research has been translated into teacher practice. It’s like scientists discovered the cure for cancer, but forgot to tell the doctors.

    Throwing teachers into the ‘Shark Tank’

    Maya Gat described how her path to 4.0’s pitch night began in the classroom. She spent countless extra hours trying to figure out why some students struggled more than others, scanning academic journals for answers grounded in science.

    Broken Bow School Board Hosts Work Session Following Bond Project Press Conference

    Director of Teaching and Learning Trent Benjamin spoke before the board regarding the newly implemented Branching Minds system.

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    Branching Minds on PBS: "In America"

    This show currently airing on public television features groundbreaking intitutions of learning and significant organizations of artistic and creative merit. Branching Minds was proud to be interviewed and featured on the program.