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Whole-classroom personalized learning approaches can make a big impact on students with disabilities.
School districts have been overwhelmed with the array of ed tech. For many K-12 leaders, the answer has been to hire instructional technology coaches to guide classroom implementation.
Instructional technology coaches can help teachers improve instruction by guiding the adoption of ed tech into the classroom. Here are four key strategies.
As the world becomes increasingly connected, school districts are harnessing new technologies, such as automation and facial recognition, to develop smart school buildings that are safer and more efficient.
In most districts, booster clubs, PTAs and other entities manage funds at risk of fraud or mismanagement. Districts should clarify that outside-group fundraising is not managed by the school, says […]
When a corporation mismanages finances, employees and stockholders often suffer. When a school district’s funds are mismanaged or stolen, the potential negative consequences include: Unsafe schools. Some of the schools […]
Mitigating financial risk means one person alone never sells tickets or collects money at a Wayzata High School football game in the Minneapolis suburbs.
Today’s student must learn to code. Yet, many districts struggle to implement comprehensive coding programs that work for students in various schools and grades, and that keep up with advancing technology.
Adding coding to the curriculum offers a new way to engage students in learning. Here are some ideas for connecting coding to the elementary curriculum.
The following sites will help educators get started—or enhance—K12 coding programs. Code.org Scratch CS First Fisher Price Code-a-Pillar Cubelets Little Bits Dash and Dot Main story: Code to consistency in […]
In August, Woodbrook Elementary School in Albemarle County Public Schools in Virginia completed a renovation and expansion that features much larger classrooms to facilitate multiage learning. Each family at Woodbrook […]
Multiage classrooms are, by design, more focused on projects and interdisciplinary learning than traditional, teacher-focused classrooms. For that reason, they usually look different than traditional classrooms full of desks. Furnishing […]
Want to improve your district’s retirement offerings for teachers? Start by ensuring that you understand these terms. Defined benefit (DB) plan. A retirement plan in which an employer promises a […]
Pizitz Middle School, located in a suburb of Birmingham, Alabama, committed to raise enough money to build a well in Uganda. Working with a local nonprofit, school leaders kicked off […]
At 1:30 a.m. on the Friday before Labor Day, the Beaverton School District’s fire suppression system deployed explosively into the room that housed the heart of the district’s computer network. […]