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Power panelists discuss how they transformed their districts and what they are hoping education embraces beyond the pandemic.
Empowering students to react when incidents occur is critical to a school’s success, and administrators must be proactive.
Positive brains triple creativity and problem-solving and leader to stronger social bonds that reduce bullying and isolation, he says
Students will push away when they feel like teachers or other staff are trying to change who they are, said Jethro Jones, during his FETC workshop Tuesday on contending with trauma.
An induction program can provide huge supports that help prevent talented, young educators from leaving their jobs.
Speaker Brianna Hodges says technology is here to stay and creating magic for students must be a priority.
Leaders in several districts have in recent days have announced that all students and staff, regardless of age or vaccination status, will be required to wear masks when the 2021-22 school year begins.
Administrators in dozens of districts, from the Northeast to the Mid-West, have decided to start 2022 remote as the omicron wave hits students and staff.
What does a student revolution in learning mean? They are demanding education that prepares them for their own future, not their grandparents’ future.
We’re getting it wrong from by not training early childhood educators to build children’s emotional competence and self-regulation at the most critical, developmental time.
Building a strong school community begins with listening to families.