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Segregation remains a problem for Black and brown students within buildings even as the schools themselves become more integrated, research shows.
With online and hybrid learning set to outlast COVID, students (and teachers) will look for simplified user experiences to navigate digital learning tools.
Using more comprehensive methods to identify academic potential is one key in shifting to 'a fundamental, aggressive and unapologetic focus on talent and genius.'
Here's how superintendents and their teams can leverage the strides made during online learning over the last year to further personalize learning and more deeply involve and engage parents.
Schools and libraries can use the funding to buy laptops and tablets, Wi-Fi hotspots, modems, and routers, and also provide broadband connectivity.
Virtual internships are poised to outlast the disruptions of COVID because they give businesses access to a much broader pool of candidates particularly underrepresented students.
Amidst the critical race theory uproar, a report finds that students who learn about racism are more likely to hold egalitarian views and be active around racial issues
Students own some of their teachers' learning at one Washington high school where kids help design professional development programs in diversity, equity and inclusion.
Instructure’s annual report highlights the importance of teachers, engagement, equity and technology.
More Black and brown students would enroll in advanced placement and other higher-level classes if more adults were involved in the decision-making process.
Building a pipeline of computer science teachers is one of the biggest steps school leaders can take to accelerate coding, programming and related subjects in their districts, one expert says.
A leader at the nationally acclaimed Danforth Plant Science Center says engagement during the pandemic was mixed, but the results in K-12s brought a few positive surprises.