A whole school, whole community, whole child approach to responding to health crises

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By Sean Slade Health and education affect individuals, society, and the economy and, as such, must work together whenever possible. Schools are a perfect setting for this...

The conversation we’re not having about coronavirus school closures

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By David Griffith, ASCD It was perhaps the most dramatic moment in an already chilling public health briefing. For the first two months of 2020,...

Five basic questions to ask about your English learners

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By Barbara Gottschalk “Do any of your students speak Polish?” This question came from a resident at a nursing home my 4th and 5th grade...

Why the Whole Child Network is going global

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By Sean Slade The Whole Child Network is a distinctly global approach to expanding our Whole Child focus and mission. It’s stated in the preamble,...

The language of lunch

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By Erika Johnson I am passionate about food. I love to cook, grocery shop, talk with farmers, find out where my food comes from, and share...

Why it’s the right time for the Whole Child Network

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By Sean Slade ASCD launched its latest expansion to the Whole Child approach to education at its Conference on Educational Leadership on Nov. 8. The...

Getting stuck: The obstacles to success after high school

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By Sam Intrator, Nancy Zigler, and Yesenia Valentin Reading the May 2019 Educational Leadership on “What Teens Need from School” got me thinking about an area...

Reclaiming soft skills

By Sean Slade and Phil Lambert We, like many others in the fields of education, youth development, social, emotional, and whole child learning dislike the...

Education is an ecosystem

Editor's Note: This article is part of the Whole Child for the Whole World series. ASCD envisions a world in which all young people...

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