Reading & Literacy Opinion How to Make the Science of Reading Work for Teachers
One state took a different path with good initial results, writes a state chief academic officer.
Law & Courts Supreme Court Rules Deaf Student Can Sue School District Over Alleged Failures
The justices ruled that IDEA does not bar the student's suit for money damages.
Reading & Literacy From Our Research Center Reading on Screens for Class Assignments, in Charts
The EdWeek Research Center surveyed teachers to probe how they use digital and printed reading materials.
States Here's How 4 States Spent Their ESSER Money
Take a look at how state education agencies have used federal pandemic aid.
Families & the Community Video How School Districts and Families Can Better Engage With Each Other
Ideas for districts and families looking to build a collaborative and productive relationships.
Reading & Literacy Most States Screen All Kids for Dyslexia. Why Not California?
The state teachers' union has historically been among those opposing a bill to screen students.
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.
Professional Development Quiz Quiz Yourself: How Much Do You Know About Professional Learning for Educators?
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Classroom Technology Spotlight Spotlight on Online Learning & Integrity
This Spotlight will help you use tech to enhance student engagement, learn tips for creating assignments that outsmart ChatGPT, and more.
Student Achievement Spotlight Spotlight on Online Tutoring
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Student Well-Being Video Teachers, Try This: Strengthen Students' Emotional Intelligence in 1 Minute a Day
This teacher incorporates a daily one-minute mindfulness exercise, and has seen huge benefits for her students, and her classroom community.
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.
Social Studies Video Black History Starts With the Creation of Humanity. We Should Teach It That Way
One educator fell in love with Black history while seeking to learn more about himself. That perspective changed how he teaches the topic.
Student Well-Being Video What An Inclusive School Environment Looks Like For This Transgender Teen
Dandelion Hunt-Smith, a transgender and nonbinary student, sees great value in school environments that treat all students as humans.
Social Studies Video 'An Empowering Effect': How Studying Black History in Prison Changed This Educator’s Life
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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Purchasing Alert California District Seeks Summer Literacy Intervention, Texas System Eyes Data and Assessment Platform
A district in California is looking for a summer learning literacy program, while a Texas school system seeks a data analytics and assessment platform
Analyst's View The ‘Grief’ Educators Feel When They Abandon a Product They Love
Implementation of new products or curriculums often fall short of leaving room for educators to process the change, says TNTP Partner Deborah Helms.
Analyst's View What’s the Role of Entrepreneurship in the K-12 Curriculum?
Students who went through the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship program have launched companies focused on coding, bilingual study, and experiential learning.
Market Trends 5 Ways the Silicon Valley Bank Collapse Will Impact the Ed-Tech Market
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