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Fixing the inequities exposed in greater relief by COVID will require "bold steps" on culture, social-emotional growth and resources
Many educators are coming to recognize that the disruptions of COVID have thrown into sharp relief the need to assess students more equitably.
High-dosage tutoring for early literacy does not necessarily mean devoting long periods of one-on-one time to each student, each day.
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.
Girls in the U.S. showed higher rates of growth mindset than did boys. More affluent students also expressed a greater belief in the potential to expand intelligence.
Free Connect K-12 website aggregates, analyzes, and visualizes E-rate data to help superintendents and CIOs negotiate better internet pricing to reach connectivity goals.
As we reopened our doors to teachers and students, beyond health and safety protocols, we focused on building the sense of resilience that children need to recover from the upheavals of the past year.
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.
Reading Assessment for Adolescents: A Tool Educators Use to Change Lives by Laurie Carmon on Mar 4, 2021 I really enjoy my work. Each day, I have the opportunity to […]
Knoyo allows K-12 students to choose a college student tutor based on subject matter expertise, common interests and shared experiences.
The student support person is one of the key factors determining whether students will be successful in an online learning environment or whether they will flounder.
In a situation without a medical need, administrators must explore least restrictive environment issues, transition skills and social-emotional learning.