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The planet’s most pressing issues will likely need to be solved by our youngest generation, and preparation for that problem solving can start now in classrooms using design thinking.
This article explores the prevalence of top-down legislation and accountability systems in education today, and the ways they are negatively impacting PreK-12 educators in the United States.
Here's how five districts launched unique programs that highlight how the shifting demographics of schools and communities were an opportunity to diversify their workforce by attracting teachers who serve and reflect all students.
Do You Know Who Your Students Know? Better Data on Students’ Networks Can Start the School Year off Right
Julia Freeland Fisher details how better data on students’ networks can start the school year off right.
By: Eric Wang We hire teachers to instruct, connect and inspire. Then we saddle them with repetitive, simple tasks that eat up all their time and get in the way of the important things we want and need them to do. We need to change this before we can change…
Financial support, streamlining credential processes and earn-and-learn programs are all powerful tools in cultivating a new, stronger pool of teachers.
When students struggle with learning, the problem is often not a matter of curriculum and instruction. Here is why cognitive training matters.