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Henry County Schools is putting into action a plan that will prevent gaps in teacher positions and other key roles during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Superintendent Dr. Alexandra Estrella discusses how maintaining a focus on the future is driving student success at the Connecticut district during the pandemic.
Six teachers discuss how they are creatively managing different types of instruction, and how policymakers and stakeholders can help.
Six educators share their thoughts on the fear of COVID-19, the connections with students and parents and the staffing shortages in schools.
Though hospitalizations and deaths are very low, the American Academy of Pediatrics notes the effects the pandemic is having on education and mental health.
Six teachers across the country reflect on instruction, time management and learning in 2020.
A study from the University of Arkansas shows the disparities between the charter and public school groups, in some cases as much as a $16,000 difference between pupils.
With its growth under the Samueli Foundation complete, the North America Scholastic Esports Federation moves into a new chapter as it continues its path of providing gaming and education to kids.
Shannon McClintock Miller shares how this empowered group of school leaders is making a difference with students and teachers, along with some of the tools they are using.
A transformed library at Cajon Valley Middle School is giving student and parents a chance to pursue their dreams in a personalized new way.
It isn’t only the technology that might need to change in your school district; it also might be the mindset of all stakeholders including those at the top.
Keynote speaker Eric Sheninger says the COVID-19 pandemic might provide the one opportunity to completely transform education for the better.
The New Mexico district will soon be going back to full virtual instruction. For most schools, that would be bad news. But not for this technology team.
Colorado district that was thriving before the pandemic has faced some setbacks, particularly with staffing, but it isn’t losing sight of its mission to serve all students.
Connecticut’s Department of Education is taking a more proactive approach to reporting on and releasing data on attendance during the pandemic.