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Teachers feel like they’re holding their breath underwater

By Merisha Leak As I sit here typing this, my mind is racing and my...

What the Democrats and Republicans stand for on education: excerpts from party platforms

By David Griffith As the campaign season enters its homestretch, it’s...

Unpacking unconscious bias in grading: readers react

One of the most-viewed articles in Educational Leadership’s September issue is an interview on anti-racist grading with Cornelius Minor, a lead staff...

Establishing a three-way relationship in service of deeper learning

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Four strategies for supporting student leadership in a healthy re-opening

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Our House, Our Rules: We must have teachers’ backs as they teach for equity

By Matt R. Kay When, as children, we wanted something, many of us knew...

4 tips for assessing online learning and feedback

By Monica Burns How do you assess student learning online? How is it different from checking for understanding and...

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