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The number of states that require or encourage schools to train teachers in trauma-informed care has tripled in recent years, a new study has found.
Why district administrators should be paying as much attention to the courts as to the Biden administration in the coming months.
More Americans say learning loss should outweigh COVID fears as more schools reopen, and research shows in-person learning poses a low transmission risk.
About half of U.S. states have prioritized teacher COVIDs vaccinations but many educators report difficulty scheduling an appointment to get their first shot.
A majority of superintendents have been in their positions between one and five years, and an even larger majority are white and male, survey finds.
Schools should consider three alternative technologies that hospitals have been using for years to remove harmful microbials both on surfaces and in the air.
Chiefs for Change sees a clear path forward if states and districts take a three-pronged approach that is built around these key areas
Teachers blamed stress nearly twice as often as salary as their reason for leaving the classroom, and went on to take jobs will equal of lower pay, a survey has found.
FETC keynote speaker Marcus Buckingham, an expert on talent at work, shared what administrators can do to build resilience in themselves and the educators on their teams.
Keynote speaker Eric Sheninger says districts must be willing to embrace change, technology and a more personalized approach to truly empower students
South Carolina may be home to the nation's only "social-emotional learning crosswalk"—a map of how widely-accepted SEL skills intersect with the state's vision of a high school graduate.