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Solving real-world problems in their communities will keep students engaged and working independently as they shift between in-person and online learning.
Darlington County School District in rural South Carolina saw an overwhelming response when educators there created a virtual academy to enhance online learning this school year.
A specialist dives into how educators can teach reading while maintaining control, differentiating lessons, and giving grace in a virtual learning environment.
Ensuring our state and regional education centers have the needed resources at this time should be a national imperative.
Administrators at East Harlem Scholars Academies say student achievement held steady, and in some cases improved, after the sudden shift to online learning this spring.
Superintendents and their teams can analyze COVID trends in their own districts and surrounding schools with an online dashboard that will go live in September.
Virtual learning is the reality every school system in the country is trying to embrace. Join us as we share how to create relevant and impactful virtual instruction. In this […]
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.
Engagement and equity issues need not hinder online learning this school year in the same way they disrupted K-12 education when COVID shut schools down in the spring.
Districts that have reopened are providing a cautionary tale about the risk of COVID spreading among teachers and students, Johns Hopkins University experts say.
Taking steps to meet students' basic needs, ensuring connectivity, and advancing innovation will be key to success this year.
School districts large and small have been working to bolster substitute teacher pools to prepare for teacher shortages during the coronavirus pandemic. Will it be enough?