Teaching Profession Meet the 4 Finalists for the 2022 National Teacher of the Year
The four finalists hail from Colorado, Hawaii, Ohio, and Pennsylvania, and were recognized for their dedication to student learning.
Student Well-Being Q&A Communications Expert Explains: How to Talk to Parents About COVID Vaccination
A Johns Hopkins University expert discusses a new training project on how to communicate about the sensitive issue.
Social Studies Critical Race Theory and the Fight Over History Standards: 6 Things to Know
EdWeek examined how the backlash to classroom discussions on race has set back efforts to expand what students learn about American history.
School & District Management Opinion Don’t Let Education Research Languish in Academic Journals
How can we move research into the real world of schools? Scholar John Papay explains.
School & District Management Vulnerable Students, Districts at Greater Risk as Natural Disasters Grow More Frequent
New federal research indicates the harm from fires and storms to school facilities, learning, and mental health is disproportionate.
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How Schools Can Support Older Students Who Lag in Reading
Many older students have gaps in their foundational reading skills, limiting their ability to access grade-level work.
What Teachers Can Do to Help Struggling Readers Who Feel Ashamed
Students who are ashamed of not being able to read on grade level tend to withdraw from class or act out, experts say.
The Benefits of Intensive Tutoring for Older Readers
Research backs high-impact tutoring for older readers. But schools face barriers including cost and staffing.
Staffing Shortages Are Hurting Students Who Need Extra Reading Support
As schools try to support older students who need reading help, they’re bumping up against personnel issues due to the pandemic.
College & Workforce Readiness Spotlight Spotlight on Inspiring Innovation through STEM Education
This Spotlight will empower you on ways to include more students of color, locate gifted students in unexpected places, and more.
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Recruitment & Retention Video Black Principals: How Schools Can Hire and Support Them
People of color have long been underrepresented in the teacher ranks. The disparity is even greater among administrators.
Equity & Diversity Video Why Latino Representation on School Boards Matters and How to Make it Happen
School board decisions impact every aspect of students' education. A look at the value of Latino representation and work being done to get more elected.
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A lack of diversity in the teaching profession is a problem with academic ramifications for all students. A look at the history behind the issue.
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Purchasing Alert Texas District Wants Early Learning Services; New Jersey System Seeking World Language Course Materials
A district in Texas is looking for early learning pre-K services, while a system in New Jersey seeks K-12 world languages instructional materials.
Analyst's View Schools Have Returned to In-Person Learning. What Does That Mean for Online Lessons?
School districts looking to engage students will continue to need a robust virtual experience, even with the widespread return to in-person learning, says Kiddom Chief Academic Officer Abbas Manjee.
Marketplace K-12 Best Places to Work? MathWorks, Curriculum Associates, Grammarly Among Those That Made the List
Three education companies received a Glassdoor Employees' Choice award for rating among the site's Best Places to Work for 2022.
Purchasing Alert Texas District Seeks Professional Development Consultants; Florida System To Buy Virtual Tutoring Services
A district in Texas has issued an RFP for professional development consultants and services, while a system in Florida seeks virtual tutoring.
- LeadershipStudent Well-Being What the Research Says New Research Shows How Bad the Pandemic Has Been for Student Mental HealthResearchers say the road to recovery will be a long one.Teachers Confront Half-Empty Classrooms as Virus SurgesTeachers are wrestling with whether to forge ahead with lessons and how to help students left behind.COVID Precautions in the Cafeteria? 1 in 5 Educators Say Schools 'Not Doing Anything'An EdWeek Research Center survey finds wide variation in what schools are doing to prevent the spread of COVID-19 during mealtimes.Policy & PoliticsLaw & Courts Supreme Court to Hear Case of Coach Who Prayed After Games in Defiance of School DistrictThe U.S. Supreme Court will consider whether school districts may prohibit private religious expression by public school employees.Pivoting to Remote Learning: Why It Is Harder in Some States Than OthersIn calling the shots on the switch back to remote instruction, states have very different rules, an Education Week analysis finds.Supreme Court Blocks Biden Vaccine Mandate Applying to Schools in Much of the CountryThe justices ruled 6-3 to stay an Occupational Health and Safety Administration rule that covered schools in 26 states and two territories.Teaching & LearningCurriculum Librarians Fight Back Against Efforts to Ban Books in SchoolsBook defenders have employed a variety of strategies, including petition drives, protests, and direct pressure on school board members.The Topics That Lead Book Ban Requests, According to School LeadersA new survey of teachers, principals, and district leaders sheds some light on book ban and censorship requests.TechnologyClassroom Technology A Digital Divide Haunts Schools Adapting to Virus HurdlesAs more families pivot back to remote learning, reliable, consistent access to devices and home internet remains elusive for many students.Thousands of School Websites Went Down in a Cyberattack. It'll Happen Again, Experts SayCyberattacks on technology and education companies that work with K-12 schools are becoming a growing concern for educators, experts say.Personalized Learning Debates Put Too Much Emphasis on Technology, School Leaders SayThe COVID-19 pandemic has been a big boost for personalized learning, most educators say. But it can't be all about tech, they add.