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A newly launched COVID dashboard with data from nearly 600 schools shows a tiny number of confirmed cases among students, with only slightly higher rates for staff.
“Leading for equity and access” is the first of eight key actions K-12 education leaders can take to make their school systems more culturally responsive.
Social-emotional learning online brings virtual wellness blocks and community-building sessions to students in Maryland’s Anne Arundel County Public Schools.
While educators knew to expect a regression in ADHD students’ academic skills, self-regulation and behaviors, there are actions that can help.
The first step for administrators in developing an effective, online social-emotional learning program is making sure that the teachers leading it are taking care of their own wellbeing.
Here are several guidelines to follow related to students with disabilities accessing school bus transportation, covering factors such as mask wearing, social distancing, hand sanitizer use and ventilation.
It's time to ditch the stereotypes and embrace the multitude of benefits that comes from a multi-tiered strategy that leverages competitive video gaming to foster student growth
A school attorney offers advice on following behavior intervention plan protocols when a special education student needs to be restrained or secluded for their own safety or for the safety of others.
The NWEA offers five simple strategies to keep students attentive, learning and growing with goal setting during the pandemic
Many students with ASD are known as keen rule followers, but they may need extra support in following rules associated with safety that are in place because of COVID. Here are eight ideas to try.
Districts that have reopened are providing a cautionary tale about the risk of COVID spreading among teachers and students, Johns Hopkins University experts say.