Subscribe to District Administration
Web replica of the print magazine.
Inspiring more minority students to consider careers in cybersecurity would help close the talent gap while ensuring that the technology workforce is more representative of the general population.
Educators can use books featuring girls and women as leaders in STEAM as starting points to have crucial conversations in the classroom that will help all students tackle bias and shatter misconceptions and stereotypes.
Educators can help create a more predictable environment by establishing specific, positively stated behavioral expectations that address routines students encounter during the school day.
As districts consider the federal relief funds, financial resources can be allocated to SEL professional development, SEL programs and practices, addressing the digital divide, and increasing access to meaningful relationships for students.
Filling learning loss with learning gain is crucial but we cannot focus so much on catch-up that we sacrifice creative learning and discovery.
Considering the benefits of botanicals vs. chemical disinfectants to keep students and the environment safe.
A data literate population is filled with lifelong learners of every age who turn to data to understand complex problems and answer difficult questions.
We must advocate for educator preparation to rectify and amend past policies, that although implemented with good intent, have since failed to achieve intended goals and are inherently flawed.
Leveraging the texting feature within a broader communications platform helped the district efficiently respond to a deluge of questions.
The reasons recorded videos are superior for students, plus software recommendations and video tips.
Even though educators have their work cut out for them to reduce chronic rates of absences this fall, this crisis does present an opportunity to make schools stronger and more conducive to learning.