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Prioritizing inclusion for students with disabilities, during both in-person and remote learning, is challenging, but such practices increase engagement and create supportive school communities for all.
The COVID-19 pandemic hasn't just changed how schools operate, but has also required educators to expand their vocabulary. Brush up on five terms that will come up in conversations with colleagues or during IEP meetings.
Don't lose sight of social-emotional learning as the pandemic continues. Many students are in need of social-emotional support, even if they haven't needed it in the past.
Rather than automatically rejecting a request for a student with disabilities to continue virtual schooling for after school buildings re-open, school teams can take several actions.
The effects on personal finance knowledge are similar to those found in studies of successful math and reading interventions.
Having a solid plan for distributing devices, including who has ownership responsibility, is key to success.
An early childhood English teacher in South Korea, originally from West Virginia, shares how social distancing and sanitizing measures have been frustrating and distracting to learning—and have helped keep students and staff safer.
Students in several parts of the country this week are returning to school sports activities, with extensive safeguards in place to stymie the spread of coronavirus as young athletes look toward fall competition.
Recent studies suggest that COVID-19 school closures, coupled with the seasonal summer slide, will result in students returning to school in fall 2020 with less than 50% of the mathematics […]
High school students are participating in online learning but report feeling depressed and disconnected more often during the coronavirus outbreak, a survey has found
Developing connections with a network of adults provides students with more opportunities to succeed and—good news!—these connections can be made virtually.
A group of education and community organizations is urging Congress to provide $5.25 billion in emergency funding to provide broadband internet access to all of the nation's students.