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How do districts define and identify their special needs students? And how does that compare with the way it is done in other districts and states? Moreover, do these students […]
Photo credit: Rockfon. Bellevue School District in Washington transformed its one-story Sammamish High School into a three-story educational facility. It’s the last phase of the district’s initiative to rebuild all […]
In the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, Sheldon ISD in Houston has relied on community support and its own resilience to get classes going again. When the storm hit on August […]
As the internet and social media become entrenched in classrooms, more schools teach students how to behave responsibly online and how to gauge the credibility of the web’s resources, says […]
Imagine a student teacher gaining virtual on-the-job training through augmented reality. This University of Wyoming project allows college students to fine-tune their teaching skills with a roomful of virtual students […]
Crafting a strong and well-balanced social media policy requires considerable time and effort. The policy must be flexible enough to accommodate new tech trends—such as anonymous messaging apps and livestreaming—yet […]
Big city districts are taking the lead in funding pre-K programs as states work more slowly to expand access. “While states continue to make progress in expanding access to early […]
Verona Public Schools is dedicated to cultivating learning environments that nurture the natural curiosity of children. As Albert Einstein said, “Education is not the learning of facts, but the training […]
One education researcher calls it “the academic death penalty”: A grade of zero on a 100-point scale, a mark that spells disaster for a student’s class average. “It’s such an […]
Not every school considers diversity an essential even though a business case can be made for it. At the very least, a diverse workforce leads to employee innovation, increased productivity […]
Dyslexia is not correlated with intelligence, says Richard Wagner, associate director of the Florida Center for Reading Research and a professor of psychology at Florida State University. “If you’re reading […]
Many states have enacted laws and guidelines spelling out how schools can help students with dyslexia. Such laws vary by state. According to understood.org, a website on learning and attention […]
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