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Here are the most helpful questions to ask when determining which education technology tools will help address specific challenges.
Analysis identifies substantial “rigor gap” between grades Florida high school students earn and their mastery of math and English Language Arts content.
Even with the prospect of widespread COVID vaccination next year, the pandemic’s impact on education will persist, most noticeably for underprivileged students in neighborhoods.
Compelling students to turn on their webcams during online learning raises issues of increased data collection, implies a lack of trust, and conflates students’ school and home lives, advocates say
When anxiety is causing a refusal to attend school, educators and support staff can take several actions to help, including teaching coping strategies and promoting social modeling.
A study from the National Urban League and Merrill Lynch looking back at a cohort of urban children in the 1980s shows how impactful encouragement can be.
As COVID rises in many communities, the inability to staff classrooms and buses due to exposure and illness forces schools to return to full online-learning.
As the scope of COVID learning loss becomes clearer, educators are quickly implementing strategies to prevent students from falling behind in math and reading.
Henry County Schools is putting into action a plan that will prevent gaps in teacher positions and other key roles during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Superintendent Dr. Alexandra Estrella discusses how maintaining a focus on the future is driving student success at the Connecticut district during the pandemic.
Though one analysis finds COVID learning loss wasn't as severe as expected, the absence of underrepresented students from the data has transformative policy implications for the education system.