May 31, 2023

Education Week, Vol. 42, Issue 34
Amber Nichols, a teacher at Eastwood Elementary School in Morgantosn, W. Va., leads her class in a lesson on May 11, 2023.
Amber Nichols, an award-winning teacher at Eastwood Elementary School in Morgantown, W.Va., leads her class in a lesson on May 11, 2023. She said post-pandemic consistency and structure have renewed her love of the profession.
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Education Briefly Stated: May 31, 2023
May 30, 2023
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Young girl working on an electrical panel in a classroom setting.
Illustration of a target under a microscope and a piggy bank.
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Adult male educator holding door for elementary age children in private school with uniforms and wearing backpacks.
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Young elementary children laying on the floor reading books with a bookshelf behind them.
Student Achievement 3rd Grade Reading Retention: Three Recent Developments
Sarah Schwartz, April 28, 2023
3 min read
Illustration of a large gauge showing sad, smiling, and happy emoji faces with a person in each of the three sections and a female character holding an arrow that is pointing to the smiley face in the center.
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Image of a teacher consoling a student with her face in her hands at her desk.
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Assessment Opinion The Nation's Report Card Could Be Education's Data Gold Mine
Mark Schneider & John Whitmer, May 18, 2023
5 min read
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Education Week opinion letters submissions
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Teaching Profession Opinion Teachers Aren't Burnt Out. They Are Being Set Up to Fail
Alexandra Robbins, May 5, 2023
5 min read