How to Reduce Anger, Anxiety, and Violence in the Classroom
In this web seminar, Ruby Payne, author of "Emotional Poverty in All Demographics," and Michael Curl, a middle school principal, discussed how administrators can keep the school environment calm and positive, and outlined strategies for reducing shame, anger, and emotional stress. Sponsored content by aha! Process.
Industry News: New partnerships help schools enhance services for students, educators
New Mexico and Texas, plus districts in Tennessee, Michigan and California, partner with suppliers to provide assessments, boost literacy, improve student readiness, and upgrade facilities for safety and energy efficiency.
Movers and Shakers: Top administrators win awards for service
Principal Varissa Richardson conducts conflict resolution and focuses on inclusiveness in Tennessee (pictured, far left); Principal Ashlee Bruggenschmidt promotes safety with ARV-riding robot in Indiana (top); and Superintendent Kevin Blankenship takes on dual-district role in Illinois.
What K-12 districts need to know when adding legal counsel
With the ever-growing complexities of state and federal regulations, and expansions of legal needs and special ed cases, district leaders need to consider multiple factors to find the specialists necessary for proper representation and counsel.
Research supports Idaho district’s purchase of reading curriculum for Tier 3 students
Administrators in the Coeur d’Alene Public Schools in Idaho needed to know if their investment in digital tools for reading curriculum was making a measurable difference in student academic growth. The district’s research uncovered surprising results. Sponsored content by Istation.