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The popular narrative of vast teacher shortage brought to crisis levels by the COVID pandemic could saddle the nation with solutions that will only worsen the problem.
Students and teachers may love three-day weekends but there is some evidence that districts may be sacrificing achievement in shortening the school week.
Effecting positive change is on all of their agendas as these leaders take on fresh roles.
COVID caused a tremendous drop in teachers’ self-reported ‘sense of success’ as they took on extra tasks to meet students’ needs, research finds
‘We’re not close to representing the students we serve as a country,’ says the leader of a nonprofit whose report finds education is not moving the needle on diverse hiring or inclusive climates.
The effects can be devastating on students, but the right interventions and responses from districts and educators can make a difference.
The human faces of the grim toll COVID's has taken on teachers and school staffers are being shared daily on a Twitter feed called "School Personnel Lost To Covid."
If superintendents and school boards are to work together effectively, there are essential elements that must be prioritized.
More evidence shows masks significantly reduce the spread of COVID in schools as judges are taking varying stances on vaccine requirements, face coverings and other policies.
Florida policy on asymptomatic students could drive teachers away while district leaders say they won't tolerate threats of violence over mask mandates.
Featured speaker Shannon McClintock Miller will lead discussions on collaboration, choice boards and leadership.