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VIDEOS: Behind the 2022 Big Ideas – Reporters Share Their Insights

Equity & Diversity Video For Decades, Our Nation Supported Equity. Now, We’re Divided Over It
Federal law makes it clear that all public school students should reach a basic level of academic mastery, so what are we arguing about?
Stephen Sawchuk, September 6, 2022
Equity & Diversity Video A High-Quality, Culturally Responsive Education Should Be Every District’s DEI Goal
Since the summer of 2020, more districts are examining and redefining their approach to DEI work. What have we learned from these efforts?
Ileana Najarro, September 6, 2022
Student Well-Being Video Not Just a Talking Point: How Lawmakers Can Support the Mental Health Needs of Students
COVID brought new awareness to students' mental health needs. Schools must have ongoing support and resources to manage this crisis.
Evie Blad, September 6, 2022
School & District Management Video Teachers Hoped the Pandemic Would Bring Change for All Students. Did We Miss the Chance?
Many teachers hoped the pandemic would be a chance to reset education, but they now wonder if the opportunity has been squandered.
Madeline Will, September 6, 2022
School Climate & Safety Video To Discourage Binary Thinking, Schools Need to Challenge Students on Their Beliefs
The nation may be embroiled in divisiveness, but schools must teach students how to work with those whose opinions differ from their own.
Kevin Bushweller, September 6, 2022

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