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A superintendent shares why struggling readers may act out in the classroom and how educators can help identify and support these students.
Lessons learned from the pandemic will lead to greater broadband access, social-emotional learning, and formative learning models.
Blockchain isn’t coming; it’s arrived. ‘This is a monumental shift in the way we approach records in education.’
Helping students make real-world connections to the content is key to making lessons that will stick.
Schools should consider three alternative technologies that hospitals have been using for years to remove harmful microbials both on surfaces and in the air.
Chiefs for Change sees a clear path forward if states and districts take a three-pronged approach that is built around these key areas
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.
While administrators might be tempted to relax evaluations during the pandemic, teachers deserve attention and candid feedback to grow and be successful.
Schools now have a unique chance to redefine education—an evolution that would have taken years to occur without the pandemic.
As school leaders and educators, being equipped to deal with heightened and varying degrees of behavioral and mental health challenges among our students is as essential as ensuring their academic achievement.
Thoughtful content and emerging technologies lead teachers to successful virtual classes.