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K-12 leaders should look to historically black colleges and universities to adopt strategies to promote the success of African American students, a new United Negro College Fund report says.
Administrators know attendance is one of the keys to student success in school, but in some districts, incentive programs for students and families aren’t moving the needle.
Educators got a sneak peek at some soon-to-be-released digital translation programs and a wealth of other ed tech tools at the “TechSHARE LIVE Keynote” at FETC.
Not all time is created equal, says Daniel Pink, FETC keynote speaker and bestselling author, who writes about more effective approaches to learning, creativity, work and business.
Traditional school schedules fail to take advantage of the natural, daily cycle of a student’s cognitive abilities, which are analytical earlier in the day, fall into a trough around noon, and become more creative later.
The Future of Education Technology Conference continues year-round as a learning community, but the 2020 edition of the on-the-ground event wraps up on Friday with a full day of activities.
Some FETC educators were treated to a day outside of the session rooms and visited Miami-Dade County Public Schools’ leading programs, including MAST Academy, a maritime-focused, grades 6 through 12 school on the shores of Biscayne Bay.
A Delaware student’s question about how strawberries are made inspired the creation of a school garden designed to stimulate learners’ senses of sight, sound, taste and smell.
Student teachers at Grove City College in Pennsylvania participate in virtual co-op programs in which they are paired with and mentored online by a professional classroom teacher.
Education experts are reimagining the PLC concept to move beyond the school building and into the globally connected world of social media and other interactive online platforms.
The leader of Alabama’s Hoover City Schools spends her ‘downtime’ felling trees, clearing brush and repairing mechanical equipment on her 40-acre farm.
Since 2015, Superintendent Kathy Murphy has worked on several fronts—from school boundaries to AP enrollment to discipline—to convince a federal judge to a decades-old desegregation order on Hoover City Schools.
Researchers are finding that while diversity is growing among students in most U.S. schools, it’s not increasing among teachers—and that’s a concern.
The leader of Alabama’s Hoover City Schools maintains a presence in her district as she helps students wrangle a crawfish, steer a robot and color in the library.
Schoolwide music instruction is having a big impact in raising test scores as K-12 leaders make the case for more robust programs in lower-income districts.
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