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As teachers and students have struggled with the move to remote and hybrid learning, school librarians have been there as a backbone of support
According to a study done by WalletHub, experts point to several factors district leaders should be considering when trying to retain and recruit educators.
Here are free resources, services and teaching materials being offered at no charge during the coronavirus outbreak. Updated on September 18.
NASEF’s Minecraft-Rube Goldberg event is free for students and schools looking to take part in this fun, mind-bending exercise where new technology converges with old-fashioned innovation
A recent survey by Common Sense highlights the feelings of those affected most by district decisions to reopen, either online or in person
The 4C Academy is growing a huge bounty of produce and delivering it to its community in need while learning skills that will prepare them for future roles in the industry
Officials are investigating the cause of the virus that affected ‘critical systems’ in Connecticut schools and shut down both remote and in-person learning
Red, yellow and green indicators and a multitude of data on the COVID-19 dashboard give leaders strong indicators for when they can reopen schools
One district in the Sunshine State has asked players to enter ‘bubble’ to keep its season intact.
The NWEA offers five simple strategies to keep students attentive, learning and growing with goal setting during the pandemic
The coalition of nurses, teachers and other support staff in Massachusetts recommend no in-person learning in schools until many issues are addressed or resolved
Proper filtration and ventilation are just the start; a greener future means providing safe school environments for all
The Alliance for a Healthier Generation honors a select group of K-12 schools for their efforts on nutrition and wellness.
Schools looking to launch esports don’t have to break the bank to get gaming going. If they first determine their program’s purpose and look for available help, the sky is the limit.
Students can cast an unofficial vote for president and get a deep civics lesson on the process and issues affecting the 2020 campaigns.