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Featured speaker Brianna Hodges will offer insight on coaching, mentoring and leadership at the January conference.
Children become aware of race and can experience positive and negative emotions about their ethnic groups even before they start school, a report says.
National School Boards Association apologizes for comparing attacks over masks, critical race theory and other issues to domestic terrorism and hate crimes.
“Champions for School Climate” program highlights the work of educators who prioritize student success by focusing on equity, safety, supportive relationships, and quality teaching and learning.
Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools is bringing some formidable resources to bear in its efforts to eliminate long-entrenched equity problems that have beset urban districts.
Effecting positive change is on all of their agendas as these leaders take on fresh roles.
With younger students on the verge of vaccine eligibility, school leaders may want guidance in convincing parents to get COVID immunizations for their kids.
COVID caused a tremendous drop in teachers' self-reported 'sense of success' as they took on extra tasks to meet students' needs, research finds
Just because you're communicating with families, doesn't mean you're connecting with them or realizing their untapped potential to advance education.
High school graduation rates set a record just before COVID, and a new report warns that only aggressive efforts will power that progress past the pandemic.
We must advocate for educator preparation to rectify and amend past policies, that although implemented with good intent, have since failed to achieve intended goals and are inherently flawed.