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Connected Camps offer a breadth of productive activities for students and high school volunteers looking to keep playing and learning during the summer break.
Broad coalition of leading education organizations representing superintendents and teachers releases wide-ranging guide for reopening schools with a focus on safety, equity and funding.
From grant to launch, Academic Esports Conference speakers Jane Whitaker and Laurie Boyer present how gaming is inspiring dreams at Fort Pierce Westwood Academy.
While the COVID-19 pandemic resulted in school districts having breaks from the requirements of statewide accountability systems, state leaders say it's time to track student progress again.
Black Lives Matter at School offers free K-12 curriculum for teachers covering racism, social justice and diversity as protests over George Floyd's death continue.
Health and student equity drive a set of recommendations for reopening schools safely in which Florida's statewide teachers union urges educators to not 'return to normal' in the fall.
Formalized training through the National Association of Esports Colleges and Directors can enhance the careers of coaches and professionals, while helping school districts and organizations vet potential job candidates.
With school closures forcing teacher preparation programs to educate online and cancel in-person student teaching experiences, these new educators, especially in the special ed arena, will need more support than ever.
A new U.S. Department of Education fact sheet outlines responsibilities for providing services to English language learners during COVID-19 school closures.
Many states could extend their suspensions of high-stakes school testing into the next year due to complications relating to the novel coronavirus.
Academic Esports Conference speaker Nate Meeker from the University of Akron offers tips to keep children and students engaged and staying safe during the pandemic.
Even though the school year is coming to an end, superintendents still have a chance to find budget savings that will help their districts cope with expected cutbacks.