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Matt Zalaznick

Administrators shifting to distance learning should not expect to become overnight experts during the early stages of COVID-19 school closures. Read more>>

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Ray Bendici

Real-world math problems better connect with students and demonstrate how the subject, along with problem-solving and productive struggle, can be used in their daily lives. Read more>>

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Matt Zalaznick

In North Dakota, the phrase “You don’t have to recover from a good start" drives Superintendent Kirsten Baesler as she works to expand online preschool to rural communities. Read more>>

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Chris Burt

Here are free resources, services and teaching materials being offered at no charge during the coronavirus outbreak. Updated on April 29. Read more>>

Nancy Mann Jackson

School districts have been overwhelmed with the array of ed tech. For many K-12 leaders, the answer has been to hire instructional technology coaches to guide classroom implementation. Read more>>

Matt Zalaznick

Inadequate and uneven school funding has raised equity issues around the activity of wealthy "helicopter parents," a new report says. Read more>>

Sue Stott, DA guest columnist

DA guest columnist Sue Stott, of the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, shares three strategies for teaching tolerance through the lens of the Holocaust. Read more>>

NPR

Teachers lack good climate science curricula. Climate change skeptics fear indoctrination. A pilot NASA course that lets high school kids use the agency's climate modelling software could satisfy both. Read more>>

The New York Times

Students wrote about orbital velocity and the French Revolution, the Röttgen Pietà, and “The Grapes of Wrath”—and connected these and other academic topics to news stories on everything from malls to microchips, Pinterest to protests in Hong Kong. Read more>>

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