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Misconceptions about anti-racism in the classroom continue to shape teaching and learning for students. What are they and how can we move past these barriers to provide learners with deepened development in these areas?
See what happens when you launch students' interests into the world. It results in powerful learning, a better planet and connected communities.
Teacher burnout is real. Understanding the connection between learning gaps will help educators to teach and learn more effectively.
Equity and ESSER: How Schools Can Embrace a Participatory Approach to Amplify Family Voices in Budget Planning
Schools across the country have a welcome task this summer: deciding how to spend a windfall in federal stimulus funds. Brooklyn Lab is doing that by asking families for their insights.
The beauty of literature rests in the possibilities of counter, alter, and micro-narratives that can relay the importance of inclusion to its readers. Here's how literature guides can help learners develop racial-cultural literacy.
Educator Carrie J. Pratt recaps her attendance at the 2021 Digital Learning Annual Conference.
Education stakeholders need to readdress the approach to education delivery, both in terms of access to schooling and teaching methods. Innovative public-private partnerships can help.