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Early Childhood Opinion What K-12 Can Learn from Pre-K
Early-childhood education has valuable lessons to share with K-12.
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Professional Development Opinion Attending a Professional Learning Session? Many Educators Don't Know Why
It’s hard to develop a shared commitment when you don’t even know why you’re in the room.
6 min read
Teaching Opinion What Makes for Valuable Feedback? Teachers Weigh In
Knowing how to integrate the feedback into your practice can be a transformative experience.
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Social Studies Opinion Teaching the Holocaust Is Daunting—But Critical
It's not enough to relate the facts; students need to consider the roles of perpetrators and bystanders.
Deborah Lauter
3 min read
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Detail of train tracks at the Westerbork transit camp in the Netherlands, where Jews were deported to killing centers and concentration camps by the Germans between 1942-1945.
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Social Studies Opinion Teachers Are Managing an Ugly Partisan Divide
Federal funding can help restore a common sense of purpose.
Jacob Goodwin
4 min read
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Teaching Opinion Train Teachers to Help Reduce Learning Gaps
An elementary educator offers a way.
Nardi Routten
3 min read
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Budget & Finance Opinion What Districts Need When Investing Their Funds
Here's how you can decide if your district's recovery dollars are going to the right interventions.
Denise Forte & Thomas J. Kane
5 min read
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School & District Management Opinion The Public Role of Education Researchers: A Collection
Rick Hess releases the RHSU Edu-Scholar Public Influence Rankings in tandem with his commentary on the state of public scholarship.
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