Issues

May 11, 2022

Education Week, Vol. 41, Issue 33
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Teaching Explainer What Is Culturally Responsive Teaching?
Madeline Will & Ileana Najarro, April 18, 2022
17 min read
Education Briefly Stated: May 11, 2022
May 10, 2022
9 min read
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A group of co-ed students, basketball players huddle together on the court and raise their fists in triumph and solidarity. The shot is from overhead.
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Student Well-Being School Sports Are Back. Where Are the Athletes?
Ariel Gans, April 20, 2022
5 min read
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In a Wednesday, April 19, 2017 photo, Eric Charles, left, smiles after performing his poem, "Goodbye to High School Football," for classmates at Sharpstown High School in Houston. Charles compared the rush of performing to the emotions he felt during a football game. Charles had played football since young age, and he planned to play at an elite level in college. However, after injuring his left knee a second time, he found he enjoyed poetry and writing. "That's the glory in me getting hurt," he said.
Eric Charles, left, smiles after performing his poem, "Goodbye to High School Football" for classmates at Sharpstown High School in Houston in 2017. For some students and their teachers, studying and writing poetry has been transformative amid the losses of the pandemic and the wrenching national dialogue about racial justice.
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Coach Joseph Kennedy outside the Supreme Court after oral arguments in his case. Sending one more pic of the lawyers on the other side in a moment.
Former Bremerton, Wash., High School football coach Joseph A. Kennedy addresses the media outside the U.S. Supreme Court after April 25 oral arguments in his case.
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Kathleen Law, a teacher in Oregon, has seen long-term COVID affect her ability to work full-time.
Kathleen Law, a teacher in Happy Valley, Ore., has seen longterm COVID impact her ability to work.
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Signs in support of keeping Diablo Community Day School open in Concord, Calif., on April 11, 2022. The school is being closed at the end of the school year due to budget cuts.
Signs support keeping Diablo Community Day School open in Concord, Calif. The school is being closed at the end of the school year due to budget cuts.
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Budget & Finance A Flood of Federal Cash and Then Layoffs. What Gives?
Mark Lieberman, April 21, 2022
11 min read
Claire Engelhardt tutors students at Northeast High School in McLeansville, N.C., on Oct. 21, 2021.
Claire Engelhardt tutors students at Northeast High School in McLeansville, N.C., last October.
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Charvi Goyal, 17, holds an online math tutoring session with a junior high student in January, 2021 in Plano, Texas. Goyal is part of a group of high school students that put together their own volunteer online tutoring service during the pandemic.
Charvi Goyal, 17, holds an online math tutoring session with a junior high student in January 2021 in Plano, Texas.
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Student Achievement Online Tutoring Can Be Effective, Research Shows
Catherine Gewertz, April 18, 2022
3 min read
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Conceptual Illustration of the sun rising behind a broken down school building
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Federal Opinion What If We Treated Public Education Like the Crisis It Is?
Bev Perdue, April 22, 2022
5 min read
Illustration of girl with large magnifying glass over phone with fake news.
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Teaching Opinion Students (and Many Adults) Can't Tell Fact From Fiction Online. Here's How to Help
Sarah McGrew, April 28, 2022
4 min read
Illustration of covid virus being lifted away to reveal blue sky.
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Teaching Opinion Hardest Year Ever? One Teacher's View
Jay Wamsted, April 18, 2022
4 min read