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Two more states have taken major steps toward teaching students the history of the LGBT and disabled communities, and about the accomplishments of key figures from each group.
Experts say teachers should use original sources, rather than textbooks, when developing and leading lessons about slavery. Teachers should also let students know that class discussions of slavery will likely be difficult.
Today, more than 101,000 K-12 students at Jefferson County Public Schools in Louisville, Kentucky, use online databases by Gale, a Cengage Company.
Can an online preschool learning program used at home be a viable substitute for traditional pre-K? That’s the question being addressed by an online preschool service that is gaining users across the country.
Here are four ways to help students overcome anxiety in school through social-emotional learning interventions.
Three case studies of Michigan districts that use McGraw-Hill’s curriculum.
Here are reading recommendations from an advocate for LGBTQ+ youth.
Connecticut chapter of GLSEN has launched the Rainbow Library Community Reads Project to provide LGBTQ+-themed books and other educational resources to school and community libraries
Here’s how five districts tackle issues to break down language barriers in schools.
Some 73 district secessions—out of 120 attempts—have occurred since 2000, and 10 of those have taken place over the past two years, according to an EdBuild report.
It’s no secret that the United States—once the leader in public education—has slipped well below a number of other countries in performance and outcomes. The problem, says Marc Tucker, president […]
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