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Classroom Technology From Our Research Center Are Teachers Finding the Right Balance of Tech in Math Class? What They Think, in Charts
Educators weigh in on whether there is too much, too little, or just the right amount of tech use in math classes.
Student Achievement From Our Research Center Is This the Year Students Finally Catch Up From the Pandemic? Educators Think So
Maybe too much so, experts say.
Professional Development From Our Research Center What AI Training Do Teachers Need Most? Here's What They Say
Nearly half of educators are uncomfortable with the AI technologies they've encountered.
Classroom Technology From Our Research Center 25 Bad Uses of Tech to Avoid When Teaching Math, According to Teachers
Using tech as a babysitter and having students play digital math games that emphasize speed over understanding are two examples.
Teaching Profession From Our Research Center How Many Teachers Work in Their Hometown? Here's the Latest Data
New survey data shows that many teachers stay close to home, but do they want to?
Assessment From Our Research Center Educators Feel Growing Pressure for Students to Perform Well on Standardized Tests
Many say they feel more pressure now than before the pandemic to ensure students perform well on the annual, state-required exams.
Reading & Literacy From Our Research Center How Students Are Reacting to Book Bans in Their Schools
When students know about bans, their interest in the titles increases, one-third of library staff said in a survey.
Reading & Literacy From Our Research Center Most Library Staffers Think No Book Should Be Banned From Schools
Almost two-thirds of library personnel think no topic should be off limits when it comes to library books, according to an EdWeek Research Center survey.
School Climate & Safety From Our Research Center Here’s How Educators Feel About Their Safety at School
Teachers were more likely than principals or district leaders to say their sense of safety had decreased.
Student Well-Being From Our Research Center For Condoms and Contraceptives for Teens, Most Schools Are Not a Source
A new national survey shows that sexual and reproductive health services are mostly unavailable in schools.
School & District Management From Our Research Center Nearly Half of Educators Believe Schools Were Closed Too Long During Pandemic
That's according to a poll conducted last month of teachers, administrators, and district leaders.
Student Well-Being From Our Research Center Schools Face Big Challenges in Curbing Students' Substance Abuse
Most school health workers report seeing an increase in the number of students using marijuana or vaping products.
Curriculum From Our Research Center Sex Education's Shortcomings Leave Students 'in the Dark'
School nurses, psychologists, counselors, and other health workers give low marks to their district or school's sex education curriculum.