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Teachers looking to combat racism in their classrooms and beyond can tap the resources of a new organization, the Center for Antiracist Education.
Lessons learned from the pandemic will lead to greater broadband access, social-emotional learning, and formative learning models.
2020 was a challenging year for everyone, but teachers have widely been acknowledged for their creativity and commitment to students amidst all the sudden changes.
Replacing a below-average elementary school principal with an above-average principal results in nearly three months of additional math and reading gains, research shows.
udents with tic disorders are increasingly susceptible to suffer learning loss and other ill effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, specialist says
Speech pathologists returning in person may be concerned about the effects of wearing masks and other PPE when providing speech-language services.
Equity officers ensure equity is a part of every conversation, decision, policy and practice. But the work is complex, and that person will struggle to be effective if the system doesn't set them up for success.
Bilingual programs have been shown to be effective in a number of ways, not just for learning English but in areas from cross-cultural competency to cognitive flexibility.
Eight in 10 American Federation of Teachers members want to return to in-person learning, expressing new confidence in COVID safety precautions, a survey shows.
Students felt they learned more this fall, even with COVID's disruptions, than they did in the immediate wake of the spring outbreak, a new survey has found.
Eliminating the SATs and ACTs would have a marginal impact on making college access more equitable, one expert says.
As the SAT’s influence wanes, colleges and high schools could place more emphasis on students’ performance in AP courses and on AP tests.