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How media can help enrich language and literacy development in early childhood
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New standards from a sweeping civic learning initiative reinvigorate civics education on a national scale
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Sharing strategies and best practices for supporting all types of learners in complex times
How educators can push back against hidden curriculum and the inequalities they may reinforce in the classroom
Five principles to guide educators as they broach difficult topics in their classrooms — with students of all ages
The role that racial and ethnic identity play with respect to equity and opportunity in education
Broadening the understanding of equity in the classroom to include citizenship and nationality
Designing schools and classrooms to benefit all learners
Creating loving spaces in which students of all gender and sexual identities can flourish
A case study in collaborative action to leverage strengths of rural communities and support child wellbeing
A new study examines the impact of police killings on student outcomes
Advice for educators on how to extend grace and teach effectively in times of turmoil
The importance of outdoor, child-centered play in helping children manage unpredictability
Updated guidelines on the measures that should be taken — and by whom — to safely resume in-person learning
Following the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, suggestions for educators and parents on how to support productive conversations around traumatic events
Applying social-emotional learning strategies to support entire school communities through challenges and change
How educators can authentically honor and engage with Indigenous heritage and perspectives — all year long
How educators and parents can help children's natural curiosity emerge — in the classroom and at home
Five policy levers for short- and long-term progress on access and equity in education
Civic education expert Meira Levinson on how educators can confront polarization and create space for open conversations about the election and beyond
Even media that's not specifically educational can spur learning and connection, with an intentional approach
Equipping educators with restorative justice techniques to upend discrimination and stereotype
How educators can use news coverage as a tool to foster critical thinking skills
An early college initiative supports students — even in a pandemic
Tips for new leaders for overcoming current challenges and getting off to a strong start
How COVID is affecting school funding — and what can districts do to weather the fiscal uncertainties
How teachers can help their students become informed, engaged, and active leaders in the world around them
A new report provides guidance for promoting trauma-responsive schools during the pandemic
A new report offers insight into the pandemic experiences of counselors — and how to best position counselors to support students this year
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How Zoom features can enrich — rather than inhibit — classroom communication