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How educators in small, rural schools systems have committed to finding innovations amid challenges of building closures and online learning.
Among the social-emotional stressors East Saint Louis School District students, the coronavirus pandemic “has just been one more thing,” says administrators Tiffany Gholson.
Giving students to voice to express their emotions will be one way to smooth the transition back to when buildings reopen for the new school year.
What a parent-teacher home visit program in Washoe County School District (Nevada) looks like and how other districts can create a similar initiative.
Springfield Renaissance School students told educators in a virtual “voice” session that their curriculum needed more books celebrating diverse cultures.
Student voice impacts "everything we do" in Maryland's Howard County Public School System, and has recently led to a more diverse curriculum and a looser dress code.
In a world turned upside down by the pandemic and the resulting isolation, physical distancing and economic turmoil, this superintendent has a vision and is relying on his staff to […]
Before Chicago Public Schools steeped itself in student voice, educators there realized their young learners had far more influence on their lives outside the classroom.
A vast majority of K-12 employees say they would most likely leave their job if their district made significant cuts to their salary and benefits.
Graduating seniors from a local school in New Hampshire did more to celebrate their completion of high school than just a drive-by graduation. Each student received their own private celebration with their loved ones from on top of a mountain.
District Administration partnered with Voyager Sopris Learning to develop and deploy a survey of school administrators in May 2020, asking them about their expectations for student learning loss after the […]
For Laylah Bulman of the Florida Scholastic Esports League, seeing the impact that gaming had on students - from their excitement to their development - was the moment when everything clicked.