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Supporting teachers and staff with professional development and providing time for self-care pose two of the biggest post-COVID challenges for one Virginia district.
Nw virtual White House field trip featuring First Lady Jill Biden provides access to the U.S. nation's capital to students who can't travel due to COVID or lack of resources.
Based on extensive research, The Dual Enrollment Playbook describes the five principles that college and K-12 leaders can follow to design equitable dual enrollment programs.
How administrators can strike a balance between letting teachers experiment and ensuring new digital tools are high-quality, cost-effective and secure.
Getting students who have missed significant amounts of school to return is the only the first step in what will a long and challenging recovery process, dropout expert says.
While the Next Generation Science Standards ask teachers to take a new approach to instruction, they also empower teachers and students to be scientists together.
One ed-tech expert calls 'learning loss' narrow deficit language that misdiagnoses the broader set of challenges educators, students and families are striving to overcome.
COVID's disruptions came with a silver lining—unprecedented permission to move beyond outdated learning strategies and experiment with new approaches.
Creativity pays off, says a new study that found higher attendance and engagement among Boston Public Schools students enrolled in arts courses.
It's time for school leaders to create learning environments that set students up for success beyond the classroom.
The online learning experience has teachers in Santa Fe Public Schools rethinking their concept of student engagement and attendance post-COVID.
Federal Communications Commission and U.S. Education Department fund Emergency Connectivity program and Emergency Broadband Benefit programs under American Rescue Plan.