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Research from the Center on Reinventing Public Education reveals that helping students catch up academically during the summer months is not a priority for many school districts.
Connected Camps offer a breadth of productive activities for students and high school volunteers looking to keep playing and learning during the summer break.
K-12 leaders can help educators who are struggling to provide meaningful mathematics instruction online by ensuring students are using manipulatives and have the ability to share their thinking with teachers and their peers.
We must be intentional about finding ways to engage our students (and ourselves) more by learning from one another—in the classrooms and beyond, says DA guest columnist, veteran educator and FETC featured speaker Rachelle Dene Poth.
Districts must focus on security, scalability and support when making a purchase. Here are the key questions to ask now that may keep tech leaders from having to change course later, says DA guest columnist Trenton Goble.
Here are free resources, services and teaching materials being offered at no charge during the coronavirus outbreak. Updated on June 5.
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.
Learn how physical therapists who are used to working hands-on with students have been consulting with parents to ensure students don't miss out on services they usually receive in school.
From grant to launch, Academic Esports Conference speakers Jane Whitaker and Laurie Boyer present how gaming is inspiring dreams at Fort Pierce Westwood Academy.
Students might not be receiving quality career technical education during school closures, which would negatively impact their college and career readiness upon graduation.
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.