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Matt Zalaznick

Teachers feel less optimistic, with most saying students need more social and emotional support, an annual educator confidence report says. Read more>>

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Shawna De La Rosa

Administrators need not break the bank or disrupt daily schedules to offer paraprofessional training that ensures the success of students who need extra support. Read more>>

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Healthcare costs are typically the fastest growing line item in a school district's budget. Keenan Pharmacy Services was able to help a Maryland group of school districts save $2.3 million in the first year with Keenan when compared to their prior program. Learn more>>

Jennifer Herseim

Following Texas and Georgia, West Virginia is the latest state to pass legislation pertaining to the use of cameras in special education classrooms. Read more>>

Steven Blackburn

Restorative justice in schools is a growing trend as administrators look to build relationships with students and school staff rather than use out of school suspensions—which can lead to incarceration.  Read more>>

Matt Zalaznick

Some 98,000 immigrant students graduate from high school each year, but the U.S. Supreme Court may be on the verge of ending the program that allows them to study and work. Read more>>

Also Noteworthy

The New York Times

How much good does a preschool experience offer children born in poverty? Enough to make their later lives much better, and they pass a heritage of opportunity on to their own children. Read more>>

KQED

Since the large bulk of schoolwork involves reading and writing, dyslexics often experience anxiety around schooling. For many dyslexics, the road to academic and career success isn’t off limits but more about taking a different path. Read more>>

NPR

Active shooter drills are one way schools prepare for possible shootings. Now a new report underlines a method for prevention: threat assessment, along with social and emotional support for students. Read more>>

The Hechinger Report

Schools are overlooking gifted students who would benefit from services, including large numbers of black and Latino students, a report argues. Four of 10 children attended public schools where not a single student was identified as gifted. Read more>>

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