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“Champions for School Climate” program highlights the work of educators who prioritize student success by focusing on equity, safety, supportive relationships, and quality teaching and learning.
Math and reading scores for 13-year-olds fell, and fell sharply, for the first time in the history of the long-term Nation’s Report Card, based on tests conducted prior to the COVID outbreak.
Educators can use books featuring girls and women as leaders in STEAM as starting points to have crucial conversations in the classroom that will help all students tackle bias and shatter misconceptions and stereotypes.
With fewer schools closing because of COVID outbreaks in recent weeks, administrators are ramping up testing of students and staff to keep in-person instruction rolling.
Featured speaker Shannon McClintock Miller will lead discussions on collaboration, choice boards and leadership.
A first-person perspective on using OER to empower teachers and improve districts with openly licensed educational materials.
Students across most grades and subject areas made learning gains in 2020-21, but at a lower rate compared to pre-pandemic trends, according to new NWEA research.
Here's how Delaware and Nevada are providing all students with access to diverse digital book collections and amping up professional development.
Recent legislative pushes on critical race theory prompt those in K-12 to take Pledge to Teach the Truth.
Equity, driven by data and collaboration, is woven throughout all of the goals in Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools' strategic plan.
Some in education are suggesting certain students be retained because of the “learning loss” that has taken place. Here is an argument against that approach.