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Student Well-Being From Our Research Center Why It's So Hard to Weave Social-Emotional Learning Into Academics
Integrating social-emotional learning into math, science, or even language arts can be a tough task these days.
Student Well-Being From Our Research Center Building an Effective SEL Program: Lessons From 3 Districts
One key recommendation is to show teachers and principals how to develop SEL skills that they can model for students.
Student Well-Being From Our Research Center How Educators View Social-Emotional Learning, in Charts
Educator support for social-emotional learning remains strong nationwide despite parental pushback in some places.
Teaching Profession From Our Research Center How Issues Like Race, Sex, Politics Resonate With Educators, in Charts
EdWeek Research Center data show how debates over cultural issues in the classroom have impacted educators.
Professional Development From Our Research Center One-Time PD Is Not Effective. Why Do Districts Still Rely on It?
One reason, experts say, is a mismatch between what teachers say they want from PD and what administrators think they want.
IT Management From Our Research Center Should It Stay or Should It Go? Schools Trim Number of Tech Tools They Use
Ed-tech leaders are culling the wide variety of digital tools teachers embraced over the past two years.
Classroom Technology From Our Research Center What Teachers Really Think About Their Learning Management Systems
Adoption of the technology took off during the pandemic, leading to almost ubiquitous use.
Classroom Technology From Our Research Center How Tech Training for Teachers Is Not Measuring Up, in Charts
Ed-tech professional development still relies too much on one-time, “dog-and-pony show” events with little or no follow-up training.
School & District Management From Our Research Center What It Will Take to Transform Public Education (in 4 Charts)
The EdWeek Research Center asked educators what they thought was needed for K-12 change. This is what they said.
Equity & Diversity From Our Research Center Suburban Schools Saw Huge Drops in White Enrollment During the Pandemic
Suburban public schools lost 5 percent of their white students in a single year, a new EdWeek Research Center analysis found.
Teaching Profession From Our Research Center 'Over It': Most Educators Say They Won't Mask This Fall
But teachers are more likely than administrators to keep masking, EdWeek Research Center survey data show.