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Accelerating Excellence: Strategies to Supercharge Math Pedagogy & Practice

Date & Time: Thursday, March 28th at 2 pm ET

Join this 20-minute Ed Talk to explore proven strategies that empower teachers to address diverse math learning needs. Learn the latest evidence-based approaches for accelerating student growth and achievement in math.

Centering Student Voice in Mental Health Support: Proactive & Practical Strategies

Date & Time: Tuesday, March 26th at 2 pm ET

District and school leaders from Oakland Unified (Cali.), North Shore District 112 (Ill.), and Metro Nashville Public Schools (Tenn.), will discuss proactive and practical structures, including reactive referrals and proactive Tier 1 that emphasizes student voice and fostering belonging, to support students before feelings and behaviors escalate.

Best of FETC: Top Takeaways and Future Trends for 2024

Date & Time: Wednesday, February 14 at 4 pm ET

What was all the buzz at FETC on the expo floor, concurrent sessions, and mainstage presentations? What new products made the biggest splash? What were the most popular content sessions? We will devour the social media posts, attendee feedback, and personal experiences...

Will culture wars resonate in school board races? A Pinellas test case

Some national analysts have claimed the “anti-woke” culture wars movement has overplayed its hand, referring to election losses across the nation last year. Some...

Will chatbots teach your children?

Mr. Khan’s vision of tutoring bots tapped into a decades-old Silicon Valley dream: automated teaching platforms that instantly customize lessons for each student. Proponents...

When Covid hit, they were in diapers. So why are kindergarteners struggling?

America’s youngest students entered school this year with weaker math and reading skills, compared with before the pandemic, according to new data that is...

Emergency-hired teachers do just as well as those who go through normal training

Like other first-year teachers, those granted emergency credentials were disproportionately assigned to work with children with disabilities, English learners and low-income students. And, in...

K12 schools improve protection against online attacks, but many are vulnerable to ransomware gangs

Some K-12 public schools are racing to improve protection against the threat of online attacks, but lax cybersecurity means thousands of others are vulnerable...

Missouri lawmaker wants to abolish state’s K12 education department, transfer its powers

A Missouri lawmaker wants to abolish the state Department of Elementary and Secondary Education and give the governor the authority to redistribute its powers,...

DEI efforts in Kentucky K12 schools at risk under proposed legislation

A Kentucky Republican lawmaker wants to rid the public K12 system of some programs used to make schools more inclusive of people of color,...

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