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In an unsteady time for educators, a proven solution for reading instruction can make all the difference.
How can audiobooks help to support learning in remote and hybrid school environments? Audiobooks can play a key role in supporting struggling readers in a distance learning environment, provided they […]
Situated outside of San Francisco, the Mountain View Whisman School District (MVWSD) has a highly diverse socioeconomic student population. Of the district’s 5,344 students, 35 percent are socioeconomically disadvantaged and […]
Why is it important that young students learn in a multisensory environment? Humans naturally perceive their environments in a multisensory way. As we grow, develop and learn, we make use […]
A specialist dives into how educators can teach reading while maintaining control, differentiating lessons, and giving grace in a virtual learning environment.
Immigrant-origin children, whose communities have been disproportionately affected by COVID-19, represent the fastest-growing segment of the country's school-age population, a new report says.
Students will need flexibility as they face a future of work that will operate increasingly as a gig economy and—since the COVID outbreak—a remote economy, says one K-12 expert.
District leaders can fortify school mental health services by training teachers to spot trauma, focusing on COVID's inequitable impacts, enlisting parents and building community partnerships.
The shift to online learning did not short circuit students' ability to embark remotely on some multidisciplinary robotics missions in their Compton USD classrooms this summer.
Building community during synchronous classes sessions with videos and music will help keep English-language learners engaged in online learning during the coming school year.
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.