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Therapy dogs in schools can perform wonders: The animals relieve students’ stress, help kids learn to read, and even boost test scores and attendance.
Ranking high on Kevin Schwartz’s list of most memorable moments from his career as Austin (Texas) ISD’s technology officer for learning and systems is a pilot of a 1:1 device […]
In Tempe, Arizona, the phone number for a suicide hotline is printed on every student’s ID badge, teachers are trained to spot and respond to warning signs in students, and administrators don’t use euphemisms when discussing the topic.
Despite districts' best efforts, at least one in five students with ADHD do not receive school services, according to a recent study.
K-12 districts have been finding success when offering activities that allow parents to learn alongside their children.
By giving more students access to pre-college exams such as the SAT and ACT, better average scores can result.
Raising awareness among teachers and administrators helps to better identify students struggling with unstable housing and then connect them with the services and supports available.
This quick resource guide provides details on successful implementations.
Attempts to control sexting among students can land administrators in legal and educational gray areas.
Social-emotional learning has taken on a new level of importance as schools and districts adapt to meet the increasingly complex needs of students.
As educators and school leaders, our goal is to help students reach their greatest potential and be prepared for the future. But if data is not driving all education decisions, […]
Administrators increasingly accept that boosting school safety may rely on realistic active shooter drills that can upset staff and students