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Missouri high schools are developing COVID-19 instructional activities with a team of researchers from the University of North Carolina and the University of Missouri.
With students returning to school after long closures, trauma-informed approaches in teaching may be more valuable than ever. Yet 7 in 10 educators don't feel prepared to implement such practices.
The U.S. Department of Education provides answers to questions about implementation of the CARES Act and its equitable services stipulation for local educational agencies receiving funds.
Students keep their distance and had their temperatures taken at the door as they returned to a reopened Willow Creek School in rural Montana Thursday, CNN reported.
The final regulations create legal obligations for school districts to promptly respond to reports of sexual harassment.
Promoting a growth mindset empowers educators (and leaders) to be innovative in instruction—and problem-solving, says DA guest columnist and FETC featured speaker Ronald Catlin.
Here are the potential impacts of the new rule for students with disabilities, who can file failure to protect claims under Title IX against school districts for monetary damages.
Social-emotional learning supports will be key when schools reopen because students will return with varying degrees of anxiety and stress.
The approval ratings of teachers, bus drivers, food service workers and other school staff are surging since the coronavirus outbreak closed schools, according to a new NEA survey.
More than three-quarters of male students report participating frequently and confidently in math and science classes, compared with 58% of girls who say the same.
Many educators prefer beginning with instruction on grade level or resuming with what was being taught when schools closed, according to a survey.
Providing broadband internet access this summer to 9 million students who aren't connected to online learning would cost more than $7 billion.