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Children of U.S. servicemembers struggle to stay on track, with the typical student changing schools six to nine times between kindergarten and high school.
Guiding district leaders in implementing and sharing these and other innovative instructional strategies is the goal of The Canopy project.
Developing an effective social-emotional learning program—whether it’s online or in-person—requires the teachers leading it to take care of their own wellbeing.
Shifting social-emotional learning online means high school students in Maryland’s Anne Arundel County Public Schools participate in twice-weekly virtual wellness blocks.
Darlington County School District in rural South Carolina saw an overwhelming response when educators there launched a virtual academy to enhance online learning this school year.
Allowing students to solve real-world problems that are relevant to their everyday lives is key to keeping them engaged in online learning.
COVID has so disrupted K-12 education that building leaders and teachers can look at 2020-21 as their first year in the profession.
Teachers shouldn’t feel like they have to become experts at every new piece of technology. Administrators should remind educators that it’s OK to make mistakes.
Non-classroom duties, such as after-school supervision, are among the leading causes of low teacher morale and professional burnout.
Here’s why administrators should focus on fewer resources, encourage professional learning communities and communicate clearly.
Educators in Everett Public Schools have redoubled their outreach to parents while classroom teachers have brought a new level of commitment to keeping students engaged.
Since the spring, administrators at Pharr-San Juan-Alamo ISD in Texas have taken several different actions to supply devices to the 14,000 students who have requested them.
Districts of Distinction winner Greenville County Schools takes laser-focused approach to school improvement with an intensive, multi-year coaching model.
Because multiple factors are causing the nation’s teacher shortage, it can only be reversed with comprehensive, long-term solutions, a new report says.
Teachers participated about 10,000 times in professional development sessions offered by Cumberland County Schools this spring after the sudden shift to online learning.