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Teachers in the Bronx are receiving virtual PD in distance learning from Fordham University; Berea College is feeding K-12 students while schools are closed.
DA guest columnists Matthew X. Joseph and Christine Ravesi-Weinstein offer strategies for continuing learning opportunities and addressing student wellness—for the first week out and beyond. Joseph, director of curriculum, instruction and assessment at Leicester Public Schools, is a featured speaker at FETC.
A program from a previous Districts of Distinction honoree that connects middle school students to introductory college-level work has grown significantly.
An upcoming blockchain-powered solution is rolling out in 2020. Also, schools are partnering with PGE, Edupoint Educational Systems, Zayo Group Holdings and Canon Solutions America.
Refreshed mission and vision statements and school logos allow district leaders to tell a more relevant story to their communities.
Some may grumble that encouraging activism indoctrinates students with certain political beliefs, but experts say civic engagement teaches key skills.
Meet the winner of the multiround, two-day Pitchfest event at FETC 2020 that saw over 20 ed tech startups compete for a complimentary exhibit space at FETC 2021, a media advertising package in DA, and a special pitching session in the VIP lounge.
This FETC summit speaker reveals that librarians collaborate with educators and students to improve teaching and learning.
A Q&A with Linda J. Spahr, Program Director, Foundation for Impact on Literacy and Learning. Sponsored content by the Foundation for Impact on Literacy and Learning.
DA guest columnist and FETC featured speaker Josh Stumpenhorst explains how Innovation Days at school drive student learning with choice and autonomy.
Districts across the U.S. are starting to adopt farm to school programs that connect schools to locally grown foods, promote agriculture education and encourage student-tended gardens, following National Farm to School Month in October.