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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.
Some leaders will blend assessment with curriculum to better personalize instruction in summer and fall 2021.
The Coyotes and NASEF will partner up to help further STEM pathways, create tournaments for students.
In what may not come as a surprise to superintendents and their teams, a significant number of competitive high school math students hope online learning is here to stay.
The increase in digital tools during COVID-19 has helped illuminate many of the benefits they bring to math instruction and learning for students and teachers.
Educators looking for interdisciplinary learning activities that cover STEAM, career preparation and social-emotional learning can use stimulus funding on interactive ed-tech.
A new study shows that teachers are more equipped to take on personal finance instruction than they were a decade ago. Students will benefit if we embrace it.
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.
There is no concept of failure during summer instruction at Kalamazoo Public Schools; in fact, educators there don't even call it 'summer school.'
Interactive map plots state-level data on lower-income and higher-income eighth graders who scored below NAEP Basic on the 2019 reading and math assessments known as the Nation's Report Card.
Keynote speaker Eric Sheninger says districts must be willing to embrace change, technology and a more personalized approach to truly empower students