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The computer simulation—which looks similar to a video game—allows teachers, administrators, and police to train for crisis events in schools, including shootings. The Department of Homeland Security will offer the program free to schools starting Nov. 1. (September 26, 2018)
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After taking an implicit bias test, Starr Sackstein realized she held unconscious assumptions about race and gender. She reflects on how to promote equity and understanding as a leader. (September 25, 2018)
Differentiation is not about long nights of planning and grading, but about being flexible and making decisions in the moment based on what your students need, Larry Ferlazzo explains.
Teacher observations can be stressful and feel deeply personal, writes Justin Minkel. He suggests how teachers can best prepare for an observer’s visit—and how they can manage feelings of self-doubt. (September 18, 2018)
Thirty-six governors’ races and thousands of state legislative seats are on the ballot this fall. The results will carry consequences for the K-12 market. This story is from EdWeek Market Brief, a service offering business and school leaders actionable insights about the K-12 marketplace. (September 14, 2018)
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