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‘It’s imperative that we listen’: What the Rittenhouse verdict meant in 5 classrooms

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A ‘Golden Age’ for whom? Tennessee history standards need a rewrite.

One unit glorifies an era of slavery, and one in which Cherokee people were violently forced from their homelands.

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My lessons are veering off track more than ever. That’s fine by me.

After so much disruption, I’m trying to create a less frantic, more collaborative classroom.

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Tennessee nails down rules for disciplining teachers, withholding money from schools that teach banned concepts about racism

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Teachers: How will you talk to your students about the Rittenhouse verdict? We’re listening.

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Michigan schools seek options as staff shortages and COVID cases converge

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Teaching reading an Adams 14 priority after a year of turmoil

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Colorado cracks down on schools using weak reading curriculum. Advocates worry about backpedaling.

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Detroit school district pushes back against anti-CRT legislation

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NYC is asking teachers to screen their students’ social-emotional health. Many feel ill-equipped to do so.

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With COVID relief money, schools across U.S. take on a bigger role in student mental health

Federal funding is helping to launch new efforts to screen, counsel, and treat students. But some schools are struggling to fill new mental health roles.

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A resource guide for literacy in Montbello and Denver schools

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Kindergarten catchup: How teachers are helping young learners

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Learning in a new language is exhausting. Remember that.

I teach English language learners. Here’s what they taught me.

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Oral presentations, research papers, science experiments: NY to pilot new ways of earning a diploma

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My abstinence-only sex-ed curriculum did real and lasting harm. Students deserve better.

I’m glad more Illinois students will have access to inclusive, comprehensive sexual health education.

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