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Ray Bendici

Educators are more proactively using technology to support learning for all students, and support the four C’s—collaboration, communication, creativity and critical thinking. Read more>>

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Matt Zalaznick

Better mental and physical health—and the social-emotional well-being of the community—are overlapping benefits for school districts and local governments. Watch now>>

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To ensure success for students with dyslexia, you must first understand it. This whitepaper clears up misconceptions, explains dyslexia and its causes, and shares screening and intervention tips. Read more>>

Rosalyn Washington, DA guest columnist and FETC featured speaker

DA guest columnist and FETC featured speaker Rosalyn Washington discusses three ways to guide today’s students through the research and writing process. Read more>>

Matt Zalaznick

Dallas ISD administrators saw a surge in students participating in extracurricular activities when esports programs launched at 64 schools. Read more>>

Matt Zalaznick

Trauma-informed practices can guide educators in creating safe environments, adjusting harmful disciplinary policies and helping students become more resilient. Read more>>

Matt Zalaznick

Report: 87% of state history standards do not mention Native American history after 1900, and 27 states make no mention of a single Native American in their K-12 curriculum. Read more>>

U.S. News & World Report

A dozen New Jersey schools are piloting an LGBTQ-focused curriculum in preparation for the entire state to implement the new lessons next fall. The new classes are meant to teach middle and high school students about the contributions of LGBTQ individuals to society. Read more>>

The Morning Call

Sometimes, the easy part, for teens and college students looking to earn money during school breaks or the summer, is getting the job. The hard part, according to one education consultant, is keeping the job. Read more>>

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