Admin & Management
FETC 2020 STEM Excellence Awards now accepting applications
The FETC 2020 STEM Excellence Awards are now accepting applications. Winners will be selected based on the use of interdisciplinary curriculum, as well as the collaboration, design, problem-solving and STEM experiences offered at the school.
Districts learn to cope with bus driver shortages
Districts across the country are facing persistent bus driver shortages and look to creative recruitment solutions. Some districts have increased wages to attract applicants, offered signing bonuses to new drivers, and promoted financial incentives for referrals, according to reports.
7 pillars of digital leadership
Continuous reflection and learning are needed to move schools forward now. The world is changing. Jobs are changing. Expectations are changing. As such, teaching, learning and leadership must change if growth and improvement are the goals, says guest columnist Eric Sheninger, a senior fellow and thought leader with the International Center for Leadership in Education and a featured speaker at DA’s FETC 2020.
School dress codes continue to generate controversy
Dress codes in Washington, D.C., public schools continue to disproportionately impact black girls, according one report. Elsewhere, districts are removing references to gender in dress codes and allowing students more leeway over what they wear to class.