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The EDUCATORS for America Act would provide much-needed funding to recruit and train educators, and help address the crisis of teacher shortages.
Rather than aiming to teach to the middle, we should build engagement by first building relationships with students and helping them find a sense of purpose.
Students are at risk of having their identities stolen. Here’s what schools can do to protect them.
As education leaders and policy-makers are deciding where to prioritize ESSER funding, here are three key steps to elevate science instruction district-wide for the long term.
At any time, about 22 percent of the nation's school districts are headed by interim or acting superintendents.
Prioritizing SEL, rethinking tutoring, and investing in professional development will be key
When it comes to high-dosage tutoring programs, here are five things your district or school should be providing.
High-impact tutoring is needed to address learning loss. Here's what to consider when selecting a tutoring partner.
Instead of pushing high-potential students outside of schools to find resources that allow them to reach their potential, we should find more ways to bring those resources into schools
Safeguarding equips educators and the adults with the tools and expertise they need to manage the diverse obstacles and traumas a child might face.
In the area of assessment, our collective experience with designing and delivering online tests at such scale over the past two years has given us some good tea leaves to read.
Cyberattacks are becoming more and more common in education, putting students’—and educators’—personal information and data at risk.