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Consider these five ideas for school lockdown drills to help avoid further traumatizing already-anxious students when buildings reopen.
Only a third of principals say they are confident students and adults can be kept healthy when schools reopen during COVID-19, a new survey has found.
The members of the Superintendent’s 8th Grade Council in Arizona’s Pendergast Elementary School District develop their voice while helping plan budgets, sharing students’ concerns and performing community service.
Here are free resources, services and teaching materials being offered at no charge during the coronavirus outbreak. Updated on July 7.
Social-emotional learning will guide students and their teachers in having potentially controversial discussions about their experiences of COVID, the killing of George Floyd and other pressing issues.
From mission and philosophy development to a code of conduct and practice structure, an overview of how to make competitive video gaming work on your campus.
Miami-Dade County Public Schools lets parents pick whether students return to a hybrid of in-person and online learning, or remain completely remote when schools reopen later this summer.
Students with disabilities are particularly vulnerable to experiencing anxiety, regardless of whether they exhibited such signs before the COVID-19 outbreak. Here are 6 tips to help these students find success back at school.
Social-emotional learning for the coming school year actually began in July with professional development in Naperville School District 203 in the Chicago suburbs.
Among the social-emotional stressors East Saint Louis School District students, the coronavirus pandemic “has just been one more thing,” says administrators Tiffany Gholson.
Tornados, hurricanes and other natural disasters can provide some social-emotional learning guidance as schools reopen in the “uncharted territory” of the continuing coronavirus pandemic.