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- SponsorThis content is provided by our sponsor. It is not written by and does not necessarily reflect the views of Education Week's editorial staff.Learning loss, learning disruption, unfinished learning - these are some of the most talked-about topics in education today. Recent studies confirm the widely held belief that students in both K-12 and Higher Education environments lostTeaching Opinion A 6th Grade Class on Racism Got Me Ready for the Rest of My LifeEvery student should have the opportunity to learn about race, writes a college freshman.Teaching Opinion The Classroom-Management Field Can’t Stop Chasing the Wrong GoalAnd, no, new social-emotional-learning initiatives aren’t the answer, writes Alfie Kohn.Teaching Photos What School Looks Like When Learning Moves OutsideOne class of 5th graders shows what's possible when teachers take their lessons outside.Teaching If Outdoor Learning Is Safer During COVID, Why Aren't More Schools Doing It?Teachers and advocates tout the benefits of outdoor learning, but there are barriers for some schools, including the risk of gun violence.SponsorThis content is provided by our sponsor. It is not written by and does not necessarily reflect the views of Education Week's editorial staff.As we enter the third school year affected by the pandemic—and a return to the classroom for many—we come better prepared, but questions remain. How will the last year impact teaching and learning this schoolTeaching In Their Own Words 'Chaos in the Adult World': A New York Principal Tells Her Story of Being a Teacher on 9/11Janet Huger-Johnson was a 5th grade teacher in New York City on Sept. 11, 2001. Here's her story.Teaching Opinion All the Q&A Posts From the Past 10 Years: A Link Round-UpYou can find categorized links to all Classroom Q&A posts from the past 10 years!Teaching Opinion No, the Evidence Does Not Support Racial 'Affinity Spaces' in SchoolsSupporters routinely assert that there’s evidence to justify affinity spaces, despite a startling lack of research actually supporting them.Teaching Opinion Educators Must 'Walk Alongside Afghans and Support Them'Three educators who have experience working with refugee students offer practical advice on how to support newly arrived Afghan students.Teaching Opinion 'Making Connections Is My Number One Priority': Teachers Share Their Plans for This YearFour teachers discuss how they are approaching this third pandemic-affected school year.