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Computer science pathways are coming to some of California’s most rural schools as part of a five-year research and innovation project educators hope to replicate in other small districts.
The decked-out center for ‘inclusive competition’ at the Southern University Lab School will host gamers and those with STEM interests.
FETC looks at how educators in three innovative districts innovated to keep students engaged in hands-on, career-focused STEM projects despite the shift to remote instruction.
At Senate confirmation hearing, education secretary nominee Miguel Cardona says school will need expand mental health supports and extended learning days post-COVID.
Coding professional development for CTE and other tech teachers will lay the foundation for Syracuse City School District’s role in a consortium formed to rejuvenate the the local economy.
Project-based learning, real-world challenges highlight the learning initiatives developed by the latest Districts of Distinction honorees.
From funding to increasing diversity among teachers, the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools says it is important that they aren't forgotten in the next four years.
Along with Georgia Tech and Amazon, the singer-producer and his non-profit are offering a music-driven competition and lesson plans based on coding and racial equity.
Even before COVID and the shift to online learning, the traditional K-12 model of a teacher standing in front of classrooms was gradually becoming obsolete.
The federation, now under a new World Wide organization, sees opportunity in the future to expand its academics-first model to students in North America and beyond.
Six educators share their thoughts on the fear of COVID-19, the connections with students and parents and the staffing shortages in schools.