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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.
For many young students in the early stages of literacy, the interruption in learning brought by the pandemic has resulted in a need to go back to basics.
Interactive, audio-enhanced storybooks have proven effective at boosting vocabulary and better preparing a vulnerable population for elementary school, researchers say.
Here are five action items to help prevent and address significant disproportionality. We must take a proactive, preventative approach to increase equitable practices.
The new U.S. Secretary of Education, addressing panelists and guests at Ed Fest, says there is a lot of work to be done but ‘I can support you. I can guide you.’
A superintendent shares why struggling readers may act out in the classroom and how educators can help identify and support these students.
Bilingual programs have been shown to be effective in a number of ways, not just for learning English but in areas from cross-cultural competency to cognitive flexibility.
Educators can lean on this guidance and these items made for student learning, even in remote environments, to help promote this February's theme of "representation, identity and diversity".
From funding to increasing diversity among teachers, the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools says it is important that they aren't forgotten in the next four years.
Thousands of education and technology professionals will gather online for the first-ever virtual Future of Education Technology Conference. You can still register.
San Diego Unified School District Superintendent Cindy Marten has been announced as Biden's nominee deputy secretary of the U.S. Education Department.