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Matt Zalaznick

Students care deeply about their schools and communities. They might seem disinterested because they haven’t been given the right opportunity to take action. Read more>>

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Download our Educator’s Guide to Dyslexia to help you spot the signs that are hiding in plain sight. Download now>>

Matt Zalaznick

Leveraging his students’ passion for fantasy battle game League of Legends, teacher Jason Dilley tasks his players with understanding the numbers behind the virtual action. Read more>>

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When it comes to ed tech tools, having options is not a problem. The struggle comes in finding a solution centered on the three keys to an effective K-12 ecosystem: curriculum, instruction and assessment. Download the white paper and learn how a single platform can simplify teaching while still providing a personalized experience. Read more>>

Steven Blackburn

Districts of Distinction honoree Baltimore County Public Schools creates equitable learning opportunities for students across the district with a mobile innovation lab. Read more>>

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What prevents most schools from implementing effective feedback on student writing? Learn the key takeaways from leading academic research on the effect and power of feedback, as well as the main obstacles that prevent feedback from happening in most schools across the country. Read more>>

Rachelle Dene Poth, DA guest columnist

Guest columnist Rachele Dene Poth says a learner-driven classroom empowers students to build future-ready skills through more authentic and meaningful work. Read more>>

Matt Zalaznick

The "dire inequity" in resources that students in rural schools face requires immediate action from state and federal lawmakers, says a new report. Read more>>

Ray Bendici

In addition to science principles, the Next Generation Science Standards allow schools to build skills such as communication, collaboration and problem-solving. Read more>>

DA Leadership Institute

Join us in Dallas, March 18-20 for our next CAO Summit. This year's theme is "Equity & Access, Reaching All". We have an outstanding line up of thought leaders in education. Come hear about accountability metrics, equitable practice, and technology & accessibility for all students. Reserve your spot today! Read more>>

aha! Process and District Administration

Learn disciplinary approaches that create positive school environments and destigmatize poverty. A principal from Humble ISD in Texas and an industry expert will discuss tips for keeping schools calm by reducing shame, anger, and emotional stress. Register now>>

Houston Chronicle

A little over a year after the board in charge of Texas public education passed a controversial high school Mexican American studies course, deliberations have resumed again — this time, for a course in African American studies. Read more>>

U.S. News & World Report

A new high school drug education curriculum aims to overhaul the Reagan-era "Just say no" mindset by teaching students how to critically think about and use drugs safely – if and when they choose to use. Read more>>

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