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School & District Management The Complicated Fight Over Four-Day School Weeks
In districts with the four-day week, parents worry about their children at home.
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School & District Management Video Cellphone Policies in Schools, Explained
Educators need to consider many factors to manage cellphones in schools.
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Special Education Explainer A Guide to Special Education Terms
This resource outlines the key terms of the growing special education community.
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School & District Management Opinion I Invited My Students to Be the Principal for a Day. Here’s What I Learned (Opinion)
The simple activity helped remind me of my ‘why’ as an educator.
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Budget & Finance Districts Scramble to Comply With New Overtime Rule
Organizations push to delay new rule that requires overtime pay for more school employees.
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Many special education teachers switch to other teaching positions. Districts are exploring ways to keep them in the needed role.
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Districts work to serve older students longer than four years to plan for a changing career world.
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‘A Unique Challenge’: What English Learners With Disabilities Need
From language barriers to bilingual education program lockouts, dual-identified students face unique challenges researchers say.
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The Pros and Cons of AI in Special Education
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