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Pinellas County Schools was recognized as one of DA’s Districts of Distinction for a Personalized Learning Pathway initiative in which students created a digital platform to make learning accessible anytime, anywhere.
Enthusiasm and inquiry—not standardized testing anxiety—should drive learning. This belief led an Indiana district to turn an old swimming pool into The Imagination Lab.
Achievement gaps prompt district leaders to help educators contend with implicit bias and champion cultural diversity in the classroom.
Students need more diverse leaders heading up districts and state agencies, says guest columnist Susana Cordova, who is superintendent of Denver Public Schools.
Students in Fort Mill Schools in South Carolina learn photo editing, video and animation techniques in all subjects to prepare for careers.
The same strategies used to enrich learning for students also benefit teachers and staff, says guest columnist Tim Hanson, superintendent of the Metropolitan School District of Warren Township in Indiana.
Education writer Natalie Wexler discusses why schools are failing to teach fundamental reading and comprehension skills—and how to change it.