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Waldron: COVID Slide Is Not a Foregone Conclusion—4 Ways a Small Group of Schools Is Defying Predictions for Low-Income Students of Color

When the COVID-19 pandemic caused nationwide school closings in March, it was widely predicted that virtual learning would lead to a loss of student learning.


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4 Ways You Can Help Your Child Take an Assessment at Home

When you first hear the term “diagnostic assessment” coming from your child’s school, you might be overwhelmed. These tips can help you and your child.


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Committing to Diversity and Inclusion Means Addressing Common Microaggressions

For Black Americans and employees from diverse backgrounds, an incessant hurdle toward career success is the subtle putdown that many workers still endure.


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How Growth Goals Actually Hold Students Back

Each fall, teachers return to classrooms to students with varying levels of preparation for the new grade in which they find themselves.


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What Does Blended Learning Look Like in a Distance-Learning Environment?

"Blended learning" has typically meant combining instruction in the physical classroom with asynchronous instruction online with videos or interactive tools.


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Embracing Data-Driven, Tech-Enabled Learning through COVID-19—and Beyond

Educators share their top priorities to support teachers, students, and families as the new school year approaches.


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Elementary Teachers Share Their Spring Successes, Part 2

This past spring, educators at all levels faced new challenges, many of which appear likely to carry over into the 2020–2021 academic year.


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Elementary Teachers Share Their Spring Successes, Part 1

The unprecedented, immediate shift to remote learning in March of 2020 created new challenges for schools and communities across the country.


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Safeguarding Students from Risks to Their Well-Being and Their Learning

Education Today invites all stakeholders in 21st century education into the studio to hear insights on the latest trends and challenges influencing education.


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6 Simple Habits Entrepreneurs Should Practice Every Day to Make Their Business More Organized, Productive, and Profitable—Even If You're Working from Home

Entrepreneurs lead busy lives, but the secret to getting more things done each day boils down to practicing a few key habits to help manage competing demands.


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COVID-19 and Student Learning in the United States: The Hurt Could Last a Lifetime

The US education system was not built to deal with extended shutdowns like those imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic.


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Maintaining “Classroom” Culture during Remote Education

National education consultant Danielle Sullivan and Florida-based Middle School English teacher Megan Mayer give us some great insights as our new normal . . .


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