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Next Step in Diversity Training: Teachers Learn to Face Their Unconscious Biases Teachers Face Their Unconscious Biases in New Type of PD Training
Implicit-bias training goes further than asking teachers to understand their students’ backgrounds. It asks teachers to look at themselves. Read more.
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COMMENTARY
Who Shows Up for Teachers? Coalition-Building in the Era of Educator Activism Who Shows Up for Teachers? Coalition-Building in the Era of Educator Activism
"Teaching is a political act," argues teacher-turned-politician John Waldron. And it's going to take more organizing to rescue public education. Read more.
Tech Advances, Automation Fueling Employers' Demand for 'Soft Skills'
Employers are putting a premium on soft-skills—like attention to detail—that aren't always easy to capture or measure. Read more.

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Teachers Are Cynical About 'School Improvement Plans.' What Can Principals Do to Change That? Teachers Are Cynical About 'School Improvement Plans.' What Principals Can Do to Change That
Nearly every school has an "improvement plan," but a new survey shows that only 44 percent of teachers said their school's plan led to changes in their teaching practices, compared to 67 percent of principals. Read more.
FROM THE ARCHIVES
Questions to Ask Yourself as the School Year Winds Down
The end of the school year allows teachers time to reflect on both triumphs and failures. Justin Minkel urges teachers to evaluate their own practice and then act on the epiphanies that come. Read more.

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