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Attack on Congress by pro-Trump rioters offers superintendents an opportunity to encourage and empower students to express their own voices more productively.
How thoughtful messages to parents and school communities can make a difference during crisis moments.
COVD pandemic redoubles superintendents’ commitment to building student voice to work on antiracism, gender equity, college application and other issues.
Lafayette High School students logging into online learning find a social studies classroom starring Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Michelle Obama and other celebrities.
‘Truth decay’ threatens K-12 students because only one in five social studies teachers say they have sufficient training and resources to teach civics, according to a survey.
Six teachers discuss how they are creatively managing different types of instruction, and how policymakers and stakeholders can help.
Six educators share their thoughts on the fear of COVID-19, the connections with students and parents and the staffing shortages in schools.
During the disrupted school schedules of COVID, micro-credentials are having another moment as a more flexible and personalizable form of professional development.
Shannon McClintock Miller shares how this empowered group of school leaders is making a difference with students and teachers, along with some of the tools they are using.
A transformed library at Cajon Valley Middle School is giving student and parents a chance to pursue their dreams in a personalized new way.
Keynote speaker Eric Sheninger says the COVID-19 pandemic might provide the one opportunity to completely transform education for the better.