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New platforms and enhanced content are making VR and AR a more powerful teaching tool that’s starting to have a much bigger learning impact.
After a big drop in closures earlier this fall, more schools are now shutting down as colder weather spreads and COVID rates climb in various parts of the country.
A strong cybersecurity foundation is essential for schools of all sizes to plan for and prevent the possibility of attacks.
Leadership teams are helping teachers identify and share strategies that are showing evidence of success in their districts.
Extended learning, tutoring and small-group instruction lead the way as schools work to accelerate—rather than remediate—to ward off COVID-era learning loss.
If traditional K-12 schools take a more individualized approach to learning and allow kids more opportunities for self-led learning it would lead to higher levels of interest in high-demand STEM fields.
Districts are now allowing administrators to travel to PD sessions, including conferences, even as COVID rollercoasters through a third school year.
STEM and career, and technical education pathways in Delaware are getting a major boost from a unique public-private partnership involving the chemical giant, DuPont.
An Ohio district sees 161% increase in COVID cases after making masks optional as many leaders extend Thanksgiving break as a buffer against transmissions.
Build Back Better bill includes $112 million each for school leadership and teacher development and funding for universal pre-K and free school meals.
We continue to use our SEL curriculum to help build mental frameworks for resiliency, overcoming obstacles, and helping students believe in their own success.