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More states are drawing down federal labor funds to support yearlong, subsidized training programs.
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People often recount the one bad classroom experience that made them “check out” of math.
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Here's some advice for teaching reading to kids who have grown up on digital devices.
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More than 265,000 children lost a parent or caregiver in the pandemic, the National Academies finds.
English-Language Learners A Dual Immersion Program That’s Unique—and Seeing Academic Returns
After launching in 2018, the Fresno, Calif., program is showing social-emotional and academic benefits.
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Kathleen Leos directed the Office of English Language Acquisition when George W. Bush was president.
Kids Understand More From Books Than Screens, But That's Not Always the Case
What the research says about the benefits and drawbacks of reading on screens versus printed text.
Measuring Reading Comprehension Is Hard. Can AI and Adaptive Tools Help?
Artificial intelligence might be able to drive cars. But can it help kids comprehend what they read?
Why Printed Books Are Better Than Screens for Learning to Read: Q&A
UCLA professor Maryann Wolf outlines the best ways to teach reading to kids who have grown up using digital devices.
Reading on Screens for Class Assignments, in Charts
The EdWeek Research Center surveyed teachers nationally to probe how they use digital and printed reading materials.
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Teaching Video Teachers, Try This: Help Your Students Embrace Boredom
In this classroom, students learn what to do when there’s nothing to do—a vital skill that requires practice to understand and embrace.
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While in prison, he discovered The Autobiography of Malcolm X. The book and the hundreds more that he read changed the course of his life.
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A Minnesota school system is seeking an array of curriculum resources, and a major Texas district is buying art materials.
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