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Education World visits EdCamp CT — ​​Connecticut’s premiere professional development event that “unconferences” the traditional teacher conference.
Said educator Laura C. Murray for Education Week, mental health reform in America's school is such a "daunting" and imperative issue that a kind of...
Just after two years in existence, Connecticut Public Broadcasting Network’s Learning Lab looks like an operating studio, and feels like one too.
TEAMS mobility tools for K-12 principals and teachers allow educators to interact with up-to-the minute student data without being attached to the...
Education World discusses life after teaching with educators as more and more K-12 teachers walk away from the profession.
Explore a huge volume of back-to-school resources from our archive that offer advice and tips all principals should have at their fingertips.
Supply lists for some parents are longer than ever this back-to-school season as public schools are increasingly relying on parents and teachers to...
With just a short amount of time before the first day of school, many districts nationwide are scrambling to fill teacher vacancies left unfilled and...
According to the US Department of Education, the amount of suspended students in America could fill up a Super Bowl stadium 45 times.
Across the country, states are suffering from well-documented and very real teacher shortages that have districts and schools struggling to fill...