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Now more than ever, students need to express themselves and be active participants in real-world, project-based learning, which requires educators to think about teaching in new ways. These changes come […]
Though the majority of students in K-12 schools are now of color, only about a fifth of their principals identify similarly—and just 2% are Black men.
School leaders have never had a greater opportunity to be superheroes than they do now as they steer the recovery from the pandemic and other turbulent events, Principal S. Kambar Khoshaba says.
Here's why several of the most common criticisms of teacher professional development may not have a shred of evidence to support them.
The EDUCATORS for America Act would provide much-needed funding to recruit and train educators, and help address the crisis of teacher shortages.
The recent politicization of education is making college students increasingly reluctant to study education.
Your district's future, diverse teacher workforce—and a key, long-term solution to teaching shortages—is likely sitting in your classrooms right now.
The challenges and stresses experienced by students and teachers have been well documented, and more recently, education leaders have turned their attention to principals.
Prioritizing SEL, rethinking tutoring, and investing in professional development will be key
Inexperience and high teacher turnover disproportionately affect the achievement of the most underserved students, a new analysis finds.
Despite occasional shifts to remote learning, robust supports have been key to keeping students on track in 2022.
From Book Creator to Flippity, the four stars return to uncover the latest technology finds and add a lot of humor at the Orlando event.