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Soft skills are considered crucial for higher ed and workforce success, but the so-called “5 C’s” are getting short shrift in the college admissions process, a study says.
Online and hybrid learning require more student-centered approaches, and micro-credentials for teacher professional development may be the most reliable way to get there.
Grades and attendance are among the key accountability and assessment methods likely to return this school year, even in districts continuing with online learning, according to an analysis by NWEA.
Alternative grading and competency-based learning are two key shifts superintendents might consider as they lead COVID recovery in their school districts.
School districts large and small have been working to bolster substitute teacher pools to prepare for teacher shortages during the coronavirus pandemic. Will it be enough?
A new tool kit offers guidance for principals in leveraging climate data to boost equity and create safer environments as schools reopen over the next several weeks.
Students of color need social-emotional learning that affirms Black and brown identities as schools reopen during COVID and the anti-racism movement, report says.
Despite COVID disruptions, schools should track 'skip-year' academic growth in 2021 as it blends equity and accuracy in the process of measuring school quality, a new report says.
Education and news panelists weigh in on media literacy and the importance of having students double-check sources and information, especially those online, when doing research.
To stem "COVID slide" learning loss, new policies are needed to boost testing equity and to adapt assessments to online and hybrid learning, according to NWEA.
Among growing concerns about the "Covid-19" slide, a new study has found that more than half of students experienced learning loss every summer between grades 1 and 6.