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Three waves of stimulus funding have sparked ideas and innovation across the public school system as superintendents and their teams lead COVID recovery.
For the first time in a long time, district leaders are facing fewer spending constraints as they look for innovations to move past COVID’s disruptions.
Some leaders will blend assessment with curriculum to better personalize instruction in summer and fall 2021.
High-dosage tutoring for early literacy does not necessarily mean devoting long periods of one-on-one time to each student, each day.
Libraries—including those in schools—saw growing demands in 2020 to remove books addressing racism and titles that shared the stories of Black, Indigenous or people of color.
A District Administration Web Seminar There are many priorities facing school administrators as we wrap up this school year and plan for the next. As you know, the mental health […]
For many young students in the early stages of literacy, the interruption in learning brought by the pandemic has resulted in a need to go back to basics.
Interactive, audio-enhanced storybooks have proven effective at boosting vocabulary and better preparing a vulnerable population for elementary school, researchers say.
Educators looking for interdisciplinary learning activities that cover STEAM, career preparation and social-emotional learning can use stimulus funding on interactive ed-tech.
A deeper dive into the details should provide leaders of other districts with some guidance as they extend the year or revamp summer school.
Equity experts highlight key approaches for reversing learning loss as superintendents and their teams lead their districts out of the pandemic.