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With the return to school after winter break, conditions have grown more dire than ever before. The phrase “at the breaking point” has taken on new meaning with staffing shortages, widespread sickness, and fuzzy guidelines around how to manage...
Here we go again! Just as everybody thought schools would remain in person and that leaders at a higher pay grade had this whole pandemic thing kind...
New Year resolutions are notorious for being difficult to keep, and honestly, I have no desire to eat less chocolate or stop streaming far too many...
By getting ourselves into a place of preparedness, joy, and appreciation, we will head into our classrooms refreshed for 2022. Here are 35 ideas for...
Recently, parents in certain parts of the country have been lobbying for a more active role in their children’s schooling, from creating policy to...
While certain texts are more appropriate for specific age groups or areas of focus, broad-spectrum censorship is not something that educators support....
While certain texts are more appropriate for specific age groups or areas of focus, broad-spectrum censorship is not something that educators support....
Nanolearning—also called microsessions or microlessons—are short two to ten-minute, multi-media-rich tutorials.
Children are online more than ever. This makes it essential to prepare students early on about navigating our increasingly digital world...
Make Forensic Science Fun. Students can engage in fun activities, including chromatography, watching and analyzing crime scene videos, web adventure,...