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Though most jobs have changed dramatically over the last century, the framework on which the K-12 curriculum rests has not, curriculum designer Antonia Rudenstine says.
Districts reported lower kindergarten enrollment in 2020-21, which means returning students could alter the traditional makeup of the early grades this fall.
Minnesota's digital wellbeing bill would fund education and training around the balanced use of screens, the internet and social media, supporters say.
Pre-service teachers at the University of North Georgia now use virtual reality avatars to instructional strategies for K-12 students with disabilities.
Black high school students in a college residency course said they felt safer at home and could better focus on schoolwork away from the stress of racist environments.
Four communities will bring together high school educators, community college faculty, workforce development professionals, community organizations and business owners.
The technology has enabled students to thrive and continue their learning while educators and educational institutions have also benefitted from the support these resources have offered.
Portable, professional-grade air cleaning systems are a powerful tool to help us achieve healthy school environments.
Social justice education and teacher empowerment will play key roles as Madison Public Schools leverages stimulus funds to move past COVID.
IEP teams may be tempted while students are slowly returning to school buildings to shorten the school days of students with disabilities who exhibit behavioral issues.
The idea was simple: Replace the label for the student referred to as "at-risk" with the more positively framed "at-promise."
Equity means every student should have access and opportunity at the right moment in their education to a physically, societally, socially, and emotionally safe environment.