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School district leaders must review and revise policies that act as barriers to the enrollment of children and youths experiencing homelessness.
Springfield Renaissance School students told educators in a virtual “voice” session that their curriculum needed more books celebrating diverse cultures.
How to recognize when students may have future reading difficulties and how schools can offer interventions now
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.
Coronavirus concerns and potential budget cuts this fall may exacerbate teacher shortages in STEM, special education, ELL and other subjects.
A new U.S. Department of Education fact sheet outlines responsibilities for providing services to English language learners during COVID-19 school closures.
School closures may widen the skills gap that results in some fifth-graders learning at a high school-level while students in the same class have yet to master third-grade content.
Personalized learning in summer school and an early start to the school year anchor Miami-Dade County Public Schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho's aggressive plan to close coronavirus achievement gaps.
Continuing a multitier system of supports (MTSS) during the pandemic involves remote interventions. Here are five tips.
Providing books that students can read and relate to not only supports literacy, reading comprehension, and language growth but also offers a social-emotional boost during coronavirus closures.
School districts across the U.S. are getting books into the hands of ELL students to maintain literacy and reading comprehension skills while classrooms are closed.