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Serving kids with disabilities in remote learning: three key strategies

By Lauren Jewett Carl Sandburg wrote “Life is like an onion. You peel it off...

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...

Reopening with health and safety in mind

By Sean Slade Schools must be healthy and safe places for all—students, teachers, communities—before they can effectively focus on teaching and...

What teachers need to make remote learning work

By Tara Laskowski By now we know that the ways schools...

What is a teacher’s role in “the new normal”?

"There is no program that could have prepared any of us to teach in a pandemic."

The case for grade-level instruction as schools reconvene

By LauraMarie Coleman Along with issues of health and safety, concerns about making up for...

Home of the brave: Changing the future with a new mascot

By Gretchen Schulz Before the mascot changed in 2019, the...

So, you want to hire a DEI officer? Here’s what to know first

As school leaders think about developing positions devoted to diversity, equity, and inclusion, they must first assess their why.

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Serving kids with disabilities in remote learning: three key strategies

By Lauren Jewett Carl Sandburg wrote “Life is like an onion. You peel it off...