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One ed-tech expert calls 'learning loss' narrow deficit language that misdiagnoses the broader set of challenges educators, students and families are striving to overcome.
Spreadsheets did not cut it for Rapid City Area Schools administrators keeping track of COVID rates among 13,000 students, 1,900 employees and 23 schools.
3D printing would appear to be among the most hands-on of the many educational activities that have been disrupted by COVID and online learning.
The HSEL and Middle School Esports League are teaming up with education leader NASEF to bring more fun and more opportunities to students.
Experts encourage superintendents to deploy even more comprehensive safety strategies as students who've been traumatized during COVID re-acclimate to school.
Perfectly sound furniture that might have ended up in a landfill now fills out a makerspace and activity lounge at Donald Meyer Elementary School.
Sewanhaka Central High School District leaders leverage buyback program equips students and teachers with regularly updated iPads.
Adaptions many educators made to online learning during COVID hold a key—along with stimulus funds—to reversing the nation's worsening teacher shortage.
PD will be a major priority for stimulus in many districts as teachers continue to build their online and hybrid teaching skills.
We’re looking for dynamic, charismatic, and articulate speakers to deliver original sessions addressing the latest trends in education.
Official answers from Education Department staff to questions posed by Title I educators and administrators.
Pre-service teachers at the University of North Georgia now use virtual reality avatars to instructional strategies for K-12 students with disabilities.