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Special Education The Supreme Court Will Decide a Significant Special Education Case
The justices will decide whether families must exhaust special education proceedings when they seek money damages under other federal laws.
Teaching Motivation Matters: Educators Share Strategies to Engage Students
Some veterans share their best tips and tricks on getting and keeping kids' attention.
Teaching Profession What the Research Says U.S. Teachers Work More Hours Than Their Global Peers. Other Countries Are Catching Up
New international data show how teachers' work lives shifted in the pandemic.
Social Studies What is the Goal of Civics Education? Critical Thinking, Teachers Say
Far fewer teachers said that "future political engagement" was a goal for civics class, a new survey found.
- Social Studies Opinion 8 Practical Ideas for Teaching Social Studies in Culturally Responsive WaysGetting to know your students and drawing attention to untold stories are just two of the suggestions that educators offer.Reading & Literacy As Book Bans Escalate, Here's What You Need to KnowCatch up on numbers and findings from new reports on the growing push to ban books in schools and libraries.Teaching Profession With New Grants, Teachers' Union Doubles Down on Partnerships With ParentsThe American Federation of Teachers will invest $1.5 million in parent outreach—a counterweight to conservatives' parents'-rights narrative.Curriculum Off-the-Shelf or Custom-Made? Why Some Districts Are Designing Their Own CurriculumAdvocates say the homegrown materials better reflect the cities where they live and the students they serve.Social Studies Opinion 18 Ways to Make Social Studies Class More Culturally ResponsiveEducators share ways to make students feel more welcome in the classroom while also helping them develop "critical consciousness."English-Language Learners Want to Support Immigrant Students? Get Creative With FundingImmigrant student supports can vary widely, but there's one common thread: Districts must get creative to fund them sustainably.
Curriculum Webinar Computer Science Education Movement Gathers Momentum. How Should Schools React?
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School & District Management Webinar Fostering Student Well-Being with Programs That Work
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- Reading & Literacy Q&A Banned-Book Author: If a Book Isn't in the School Library, 'It Might as Well Not Exist'Ashley Hope Pérez, an author and a former high school English teacher, explains her concerns with the current wave of school book bans.Teaching Opinion Students Need to Learn Good Habits, Even When They Don't Seem LogicalClarity around behavior, homework, and classroom conduct can help students cultivate the kinds of habits that will stand them in good stead.English-Language Learners Immigrant Students Are Under Pressure. Four Ways Districts Can Support ThemAs the immigrant student population grows nationwide, experts offer advice on best practices to support these students and their families.Assessment Don’t Use State Tests ‘Punitively,’ Ed. Secretary Cardona WarnsAs federal accountability restarts after two years, guidance from the department underscores how complicated that could be.Teaching Profession What the Research Says The Big Connection Between Teachers' Burnout and Their PrincipalsLess-demanding principals make for less-stressed teachers, a new study suggests.
Special Education Quiz Quiz Yourself: How Much Do You Know About Special Education?
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