Scott Kinney, Chief Executive Officer, Discovery Education, discusses the importance of celebrating public schools during Public Schools Week Feb. 27 - Mar. 3, 2023.
Annie Morrison, Co-Founder of Rivet Education, discusses the importance of school districts partnering with experts when rethinking and implementing a new reading curriculum.
The Spanish adaptation of Creating Safe, Equitable, Engaging Schoolsis intended to foster collaboration and further welcome Spanish-speaking families, educators, and organizations to respectful partnering and collaboration. The translated book can be used as a learning tool and roadmap for educators, families, and students to build and transform programs and lessons to create safe, equitable, engaging learning environments that support robust thriving and learning.
Corpus Cristi Independent School District Demonstrates Commitment to Protecting Student Data Privacy
The Consortium of School Networking awards Corpus Christi ISD the Trusted Learning Environment Seal for its commitment to protecting student data privacy.
Learn more about the Philadelphia Federation of Teachers' professional-to-teacher program designed to make it easier for paraprofessionals in Philadelphia to complete their coursework and student teaching.
AACTE highlights an exemplary teacher preparation program at Portland State University designed to address Oregon's shortage of special needs teachers.
Watch two examples of how the Baldwin Union Free School District is implementing innovative and future-driven learning practices for its students.
Glenn Marshall, regional board member and management team member of AME, discusses the importance of leveraging private-public partnerships to reshape education and take advantage of the rise in new-collar job opportunities.
The American Psychological Association's 12th annual Stress in America survey was conducted in August 2018 and focused on Generation Z. Read a summary of the report here.
"If we pretend that the pandemic was simply an inconvenience, we will live with its impact for many years," says Richard Long, Executive Director, LFA. "The alternative, however, is clear. The public can instead choose to engage with their local educators, PTAs, and school leadership and help bring about the changes each school needs to support each of the kids in their building."