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Matt Zalaznick

Coding and STEM activities for special education students create career pathways that some learners are uniquely suited for. Read more>>

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See how other districts are successfully engaging students in reading and math activities over the summer months. Plus, get expert tips for planning and funding an effective summer learning program. Read more>>

Matt Zalaznick

As your schools are going gradeless or switching to standards-based grading, a new report says that tough grading backed by high expectations will elevate student achievement. Read more>>

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A California district with a high English learner population credits their above-average performance on their end-of-year assessments with three simple professional development strategies designed to help every educator provide a culturally responsive education. Read more>>

Matt Zalaznick

Green school buildings make sustainability and environmental science real in a way that helps students understand their roles in the natural world. Read more>>

Mindy Nichamin, DA guest columnist

Being armed with facts about suicide prevention in schools is important, says DA guest columnist Mindy Nichamin of Kognito, a youth suicide prevention program resource. Read more>>

Matt Zalaznick

High-stakes testing does not cause teachers to leave education or switch schools or districts. In fact, it may help retain some new teachers, a study has found. Read more>>

Matt Zalaznick

Early college high schools stand out among K-12 dual enrollment programs in the factors that promote student success in higher education, according to several years of study by the American Institutes for Research. Read more>>

CIO Academy

District Administration invites all technology leaders and their management team to our National Leadership Academy. Learn how high performing tech teams address transformational leadership, cybersecurity, governance, crisis management and building strategic relationships. Read more>>

WDIV ClickOnDetroit

Bill would require 90 minutes of music and 90 minutes of art instruction per week, and would require districts to have a separate, dedicated budget for both subjects. Read more>>

The Boston Globe

Schools in Newton have been implementing a curriculum that school officials say is inclusive of LGBTQ students of various ages and gender identities. Read more>>

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