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Non-classroom duties, such as after-school supervision or other activities teachers haven't volunteered for, are among the leading causes of low K-12 morale.
we need to pause, think about why our typical approach may not be effective, and then experiment with a new approach that will likely be uncomfortable at first.
Teachers' wages continue to lag about 20% behind the earnings of comparable workers, and the gap that has grown significantly over the last two decades.
Administrator support was one of the most important factors in maintaining teacher morale during COVID's disruptions, researchers say.
It may seem counterintuitive, but COVID has so disrupted K-12 education that building leaders and teachers could look at 2020-2021 as their first year in the profession.
An attorney and an equality expert share 5 ways schools can ensure that reopening practices comply with Americans with Disabilities Act mandates.
Pandemics and Students With Disabilities shows districts how to develop schoolwide strategies to ensure that medically fragile and high-risk students continue to receive FAPE.
A new DA survey of administrators from around the country asked how their schools are using makerspaces, project-based learning and tools such as 3D printers to enhance curriculum and prepare […]
The 4C Academy is growing a huge bounty of produce and delivering it to its community in need while learning skills that will prepare them for future roles in the industry
More than 7,300 public and private schools—serving 5.3 million students—now use solar power, and many of the K-12 sustainable energy projects are financed by a third party.
Teachers want clarity about expectations, competence in the strategies, and community with each other, says an instructional coach focused on preventing burnout.
School districts must call upon principals as thought partners, collaborators, and allies in the revisioning of school in the COVID-19 era.