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Since COVID-19, there’s no longer a singular definition of the job.
Traditional ways of disciplining students – including corporal punishment – must be examined and revised in order to effect lasting changes in behavior.
Here’s who’s at the top of the K-12 news cycle right now.
The nation’s schools are facing a shortage of substitute teachers in classrooms, forcing staffers and administrators to help take on the task.
The unveiling and ribbon-cutting ceremony celebrated a collaborative undertaking by numerous visionaries, funders and sponsors.
The era of COVID has elevated video games to the top of the list of modern teaching tools
Dr. Aaron Fleming advocates for all students in his home state of North Carolina, not just those in his district.
In the wake of an isolating school year spent at home, communication and interaction between teachers, students and families is more important than ever.
Among the many keys to success are three that stand out in today’s climate.
While different districts may consider certain issues more pressing than others, these 5 propositions are being discussed as priorities for reopening throughout the country.
Dave Deets shares his experience as a standout superintendent and a member of DA’s Leadership Institute.
ARP funds permit schools to use money to repair and reconstruct, but guidance from ED imposes limits that may be problematic.
FETC keynote speaker Eric Curts teaches educators how to use edtech in a meaningful (and fun) way.
Kinsa’s FLUency program, free to schools and families, helps keep sick kids from spreading the bug among their classmates.
The fallout from COVID and the critical race theory controversy has superintendents quitting across the country.