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Software that scans students’ online activity and flags children believed to be at risk of self-harm comes with significant risks, a new report warns. edweek.org/technology/pri…
Decades of decay in public trust has made it harder for institutions like schools and the medical community to rally support.edweek.org/leadership/sch…
"Do remember how hard it can be to admit you need help. Share a story about a time when you overcame the hesitation to say you needed support." #EWOpinion #HelpStudentsThrive edweek.org/teaching-learn…
📣 Teachers, we want to hear from you! We're hearing teachers are more stressed than ever. What's hardest about this school year? Email us at [email protected] with your response, and please include your name and job title.
Nancy Barile, a high school language arts teacher, shares some practical tips she learned from a former student about helping seemingly unmotivated students. #EWOpinion edweek.org/leadership/opi…
A study of national test scores indicate the early phase of the Common Core State Standards did not help disadvantaged students. edweek.org/teaching-learn…
More schools are adopting "test-to-stay" programs to keep students who are close contacts in school and minimize disruption to their learning.edweek.org/leadership/tes…
The slapping challenge, which so far has not been widespread, has put educators across the country on alert.edweek.org/leadership/tik…
An education-policy degree reinforced what I already knew from teaching: Policymakers are letting educators down. #EWOpinion edweek.org/teaching-learn…
Students know when they need help, but they’re embarrassed to ask. Here’s how to formalize and normalize help-seeking. #EWOpinion #HelpStudentsThrive edweek.org/teaching-learn…
The Public Service Loan Forgiveness program, long criticized for its complicated and poorly communicated processes, is getting an overhaul.edweek.org/teaching-learn…
Does your current job check all the boxes that are important to you? If not, now’s the time to find one that does. EdWeek Top School Jobs makes it easy for you to apply to over 30,000 jobs in districts all over the country and find your next job fast. edwk.it/38e2jJ
"Far more than any academic lesson I had, this conversation gave me the confidence to ... turn despair into resilience and action." #EWOpinion edweek.org/teaching-learn…
A Pennsylvania district voted unanimously to reinstate a four-page list of resources from some of today's most acclaimed creators of color. edweek.org/teaching-learn…
It's one thing to use technology, and another to apply it effectively. As technology grows in relevance to teaching and learning in K-12 schools, it’s critical that teachers be prepared to do the latter and that recruiters know how to identify them.edweek.org/teaching-learn…
Asking children to write about and discuss what it was like to live through the pandemic is one way to tend to students' needs. #EWOpinion edweek.org/teaching-learn…
Teachers May See Student Loans Forgiven Under New Ed. Dept. Changes edwk.it/2YpyHHa
Educators need to consider the context, the content, and the individual child when deciding how much screen-time kids should have.edweek.org/technology/how…
Facebook did extensive research on its negative impact on children’s mental health, but didn't act on those findings, a whistleblower says. edweek.org/combating-the-…
Video: Twin brothers from rural Arkansas reflect on their path to college in the midst of the pandemic. edweek.org/teaching-learn…
I’m Back in the Classroom With a Ph.D. and Some Advice for Policymakers (Opinion) edwk.it/3DiusMM
Vaccine requirements for teachers are gaining traction, but the logistics of upholding them are complicated. edweek.org/leadership/som…
If young people suffered setbacks during the pandemic, it doesn’t mean they’re broken. Now is the chance to cover more ground than ever. #HelpStudentsThrive #EWOpinion edweek.org/teaching-learn…
An early-childhood education leader expresses concerns that the universal pre-K plan risks separating pre-K from the wider child-care sector. #EWOpinion edweek.org/teaching-learn…
Schools have struggled to find substititues teachers during the pandemic. Last year, we covered how many were conflicted over whether to return to schools, under inconsistent safety protocols, and for little pay and potentially no health benefits. edweek.org/leadership/low…
"Students and teachers now understand the importance of digital literacy—and agility." .@Larryferlazzo's two-part series will explore how the pandemic might affect students over the long term. #EWOpinion edweek.org/teaching-learn…
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What job-seeking teachers can do and what districts should look for in candidates when it comes to optimizing the use of tech in schools. edweek.org/teaching-learn…
ICYMI: Workers in high-exposure jobs, including school staff, may receive a Pfizer booster shot, based on an assessment of their individual benefits and risks. edweek.org/teaching-learn…
For years, educators have pushed for more diverse books in classrooms and school libraries. While progress has been made, some experts worry that the current debates over how race is addressed in schools may discourage certain stories from being taught. edweek.org/teaching-learn…
A Black male teacher in Detroit on the value of finding the right school for both staff and students.edweek.org/video-six-scho…
As of Sept. 28, two states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico have ordered all teachers to get vaccinated. Another 8 states have said teachers must get vaccinated or undergo regular testing. edweek.org/policy-politic…
There have been 20 school shootings this year, 79 since 2018. Education Week is tracking shootings in K-12 schools in 2021. See the number of incidents and where they occurred in our map and data table.edweek.org/leadership/sch…
COVID-19 reinforces a clear truth about science: the importance of acknowledging uncertainty, writes Claude Goldenberg. #EWOpinion edweek.org/teaching-learn…
Teaching people how to breathe is used to alleviate issues in school. Breathing is the start, but decluttering should be the next step. #EWOpinion edweek.org/leadership/opi…
What job-seeking teachers can do and what districts should look for in candidates when it comes to optimizing the use of tech in schools.edweek.org/teaching-learn…
A new nationally representative survey offers key takeaways from teachers, principals, and district leaders.edweek.org/leadership/edu…
Elementary students with the same teacher for two years show improvement in test scores, with the most benefits for students of color. edweek.org/teaching-learn…
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Principal Kambar Khoshaba initiated a student social justice task force at the middle school he leads. Students say it's had a big impact. edweek.org/leadership/stu…
Students can't learn without stability. Here's how to give it to them in an uncertain year. #EWOpinion edweek.org/leadership/opi…
Less than one-fourth of districts started the year with a mix of remote and in-person learning, a new EdWeek Research Center survey shows. edweek.org/technology/the…
In a poll, parents say they don't know how schools are spending their COVID aid, and that they haven't been consulted as required by law.edweek.org/leadership/par…
Supply chain shortages, COVID-19 fears, and complicated virus protection protocols are causing financial and logistical headaches in cafeterias. edweek.org/leadership/stu…
Faced with so many losses stemming from the pandemic, what can be done to help teachers manage their own grief? #K12BigIdeas edweek.org/teaching-learn…
This #NationalPrincipalsMonth, we want to know what YOU love about your principal! 💙 Let us know in the comments below!#PrincipalsInActionn#edleaderss#principallb
One class of 5th graders shows what's possible when teachers take their lessons outside. edweek.org/teaching-learn…
And, no, new social-emotional-learning initiatives aren’t the answer. #EWOpinion edweek.org/teaching-learn…
Special education teachers were often left to navigate the pandemic on their own, a new survey shows. edweek.org/teaching-learn…
Video: Twin brothers from rural Arkansas reflect on their path to college in the midst of the pandemic. edweek.org/teaching-learn…
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