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The COVID-19 pandemic is changing some of the skills and characteristics recruiters are searching for as they hire teachers. Here’s what job seekers need to know. via Career Resources
New CDC recommendations on schools and #coronavirus address everything from bus rides to masks to closing cafeterias. Here’s what you need to know.
The trifecta of hardships has hit an island where childhood poverty is an acute issue. One study showed that from 2013-2017, 84 percent of Puerto Rico's children lived in areas of concentrated poverty.
Learn why Ready Classroom Mathematics authors Amy Lucenta and Grace Kelemanik find turn and talks so valuable in a math classroom. #sponsorcontent
OCR Letter Says Connecticut's Policy on Transgender Athletes Violates Title IX
“Once we really strengthened our brand, we found that people weren’t leaving [the district]." Promoting your district's image as a great place to work can give recruiters a big advantage in attracting teacher talent. Experts explain why.
The children exposed to high levels of lead-laced drinking water from Michigan's Flint River are entering schools now and the school system is straining to meet their special education needs.
When a special education teacher and a regular classroom teacher are teamed in the classroom, they can multiply each other’s strengths. Here’s a look at a successful co-teaching partnership: #speced #coteaching
A study of Houston schools finds that an influx of arts lessons led to reductions in disciplinary infractions, increased writing achievement, and strengthened student compassion.
Neuroscience confirms that kids need strong, positive, supportive relationships to thrive in their education. #EWopinion
1.7M Students Attend Schools With Police But No Counselors, Data Show