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Custodians, lunchroom aides, secretaries, and bus drivers are “too often forgotten and underappreciated.”
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Long COVID damaged her cognitive abilities and accelerated her retirement.
Curriculum The World Cup as Teachable Moment? How One Teacher Approached It
It's not just a game: The soccer championship gives teachers an opportunity to host rich discussions.
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Schools are our best hope for imparting democratic values, writes Kentucky's secretary of state.
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Integrating social-emotional learning into math, science, or even language arts can be a tough task these days.
Building an Effective SEL Program: Lessons From 3 Districts
One key recommendation is to show teachers and principals how to develop SEL skills that they can model for students.
How Educators View Social-Emotional Learning, in Charts
Educator support for social-emotional learning remains strong nationwide despite parental pushback in some places.
Science Quiz Do You Know as Much as Students Do About Climate Change? Quiz Yourself
Take our quiz to test your knowledge of climate change (and see how you stack up against today’s high school students).
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School Climate & Safety Video They Survived a School Shooting. Here’s What They Want You to Know
The survivors of one school shooting offer insight and advice to future school leaders dealing with similar tragedies in their communities.
Recruitment & Retention Video One District’s Transformative Solution to Its Staffing Shortage
A suburban Virginia school district overhauled its hiring process, enabling it to address a bus driver and teacher shortfall simultaneously.
School Climate & Safety Video How a School Shooting Survivor Found Healing in Activism
Voting for the first time has been part of one school shooting survivor's healing process.
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K-12 Insider A Superintendent’s Lessons Learned About Rebuilding From the Pandemic
Tulsa Superintendent Deborah Gist talks about the support teachers need, and observations from having recently returned to teach because of staffing shortages.
Exclusive Data School Districts See Another Reason to Invest in SEL: For School Safety
A new EdWeek Market Brief survey of K-12 leaders finds that they see social-emotional learning and mental health supports as tied to keeping their schools safe.
Market Trends How to Make Sure Product Implementation Matches the Sales Pitch
School district often don't realize the support they will need to implement a product, and the costs it will bring.
Analyst's View Keys to Helping Districts — ‘Incredibly Complex Organizations’ — Solve Problems
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