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Trauma-informed approaches to school discipline support students with challenging behaviors and help create a positive school climate.
Buying meals, beverages or snacks for an event such as a professional development session is only allowable when it’s reasonable and necessary. The restrictions are keeping many school districts from purchasing food with federal funds.
From DA’s Academic Esports Guide: NASEF provides more just a space to play; it offers a path for students to get an education in areas within and around the games
Despite COVID disruptions, schools should track ‘skip-year’ academic growth in 2021 as it blends equity and accuracy in the process of measuring school quality, a new report says.
Students with disabilities such as autism or medical conditions such as asthma may be unable to comply with face mask mandates. Here’s what actions can be taken in these cases to help keep students and staff safe.
While some districts have been steeped in student voice for several years, the COVID-19 pandemic and the growing Black Lives Matters movement has given more urgency to these efforts.
Students on the Superintendent’s 8th Grade Council in the Pendergast Elementary School District have a voice in planning budgets and organizing big events.
Student voice has had a significant impact on diversifying the curriculum and altering the dress code in Maryland’s Howard County Public School System.
Asking students for feedback but not taking any action is worse than not asking them at all, says Principal Arria Coburn of the Springfield Renaissance School principal.
In Chicago, students as young as elementary age learn to organize and build civic leadership skills within the district's 200 student voice committees.
Why teachers restarting learning post-COVID should focus on student social-emotional learning, or SEL, before trying to make up for learning loss.