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Principals should identify a few inquiry-based starting points to prioritize the use of climate data and to take meaningful action.
Principals can make sharing climate data a priority whether the school year beings with online learning or in-person.
A new tool kit offers guidance for principals in leveraging climate data to boost equity and create safer environments as schools reopen over the next several weeks.
Principals can invite students to help construct the climate of the school, but annual or semi-annual surveys are not quite sufficient
Overall, only around 30% of all students said they were getting healthy food and enough physical activity since the COVID outbreak.
Older students and those in the Black, Latinx and LGBTQ communities suffering higher rates of depression and anxiety during COVID and online learning, a Youth Truth survey found.
Students rated their relationships with teachers slightly better than normal but also said their sense of belonging had declined.
Distractions at home, along with depression, stress and anxiety, were the biggest obstacles to virtual learning that students reported in the Youth Truth survey.
Students who typically get higher grades rated their experiences much more positively than did lower-performing learners.
In shifting from hybrid learning to remote instruction, educators must support students who have been most harmed by COVID and racial injustice, a new report urges.
35,000 low-income, K-12 students will get free broadband internet for online learning through Philadelphia’s digital equity efforts to close the digital divide.
Students will need flexibility as they face a future of work that will operate increasingly as a gig economy and—since the COVID outbreak—a remote economy, says one K-12 expert.
Among the social-emotional stressors for staff and students in East Saint Louis School District #189, COVID and the coronavirus “has just been one more thing,” an administrator says.
Building a local STEM talent pipeline was a key goal of free coding camps offered this summer in Maryland’s Montgomery County Public Schools.
Hip-hop as a teaching tool is not limited to Lin-Manuel Miranda and ‘Hamilton’—it works in at least one college of education.