Teaching Profession You Shouldn't Have to Treat Gunshot Wounds, Kamala Harris Tells Teachers
The vice president also unveiled a new tutoring initiative and underscored the administration's goal of higher pay for teachers.
School Climate & Safety Nation's Largest Teachers’ Union Calls for Curbs on School Policing
But the National Education Association stopped short of urging the removal of school resource officers from campuses.
Budget & Finance Interest Rates Are Going Up to Fight Inflation. Schools May Feel the Pain Either Way
Rising costs, expected higher wages, and diminished voter support for school levies have district leaders worried.
Teaching Profession Teaching Is Hard. Take a Break, 'Abbott Elementary' Stars Urge Teachers
Stars of the ABC workplace sitcom thanked teachers for "getting the job done."
Equity & Diversity Q&A ‘Our Hair Is Our Identity’: What Educators Need to Know About Hair Discrimination Laws
More states are passing versions of the CROWN Act, which forbids race-based hair discrimination in schools.
School & District Management Why Principals Must Focus on SEL, School Climate Right Now
Principals need support in focusing on SEL, academic development, school climate, and community engagement, a new report argues.
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The Latest Perk Schools Are Using to Attract Teachers: 4-Day Weeks
The pros, the cons, and the unknowns of a shorter school week.
Contractors Are Filling Staffing Gaps in Schools. Know the Benefits and the Drawbacks
Schools turn to private companies for help filling positions with no local job candidates. It can be costly, but some say it's a big help.
Emergency Certified Teachers: Are They a Viable Solution to Shortages?
Emergency teachers are in bigger demand than ever. Can states and districts make smarter use of them?
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School & District Management Interactive Hour by Busy Hour: What a Principal's Day Actually Looks Like
From the time they wake up until they set the alarm at night, school leaders juggle the routine, the unexpected, and the downright bizarre.
Teaching Profession Video Here’s What’s Drawing Aspiring Teachers to the Field
Four student-teachers explain what’s drawing them to the field despite its steady stream of challenges.
Curriculum Video Problem Solving at the Highest Level: What Teachers and Students Can Learn From Tammie Jo Shults
Pilot and author Tammie Jo Shults on the problem-solving lessons in aviation that apply to teaching and learning.
Curriculum Video Planes, Drones, and Mathematics: How One Aviation Curriculum Is Opening Doors for Students
Students across the country are learning problem-solving skills in a curriculum that prepares them for careers in the aviation industry.
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Purchasing Alert Illinois District To Buy PD Consulting; Texas School System Seeks Teacher Analytics
A district in Illinois is looking for professional learning consulting while a system in Texas seeks master teacher initiative analytics.
Marketplace K-12 At ISTE, Teachers Are Reminded of the Value They Bring to Ed-Tech Companies
Classroom educators are particularly well-suited for roles in product development and driving innovation, panelists at the ISTE show said this week.
Purchasing Alert Arizona District Seeks Tutoring Services; Maryland School System to Buy K-6 Math Materials
A district in Arizona is looking for tutoring services while a school system in Maryland seeks an elementary math program.
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