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'Disrespected' and 'Dissatisfied': 8 Takeaways From a New Survey of Teachers - Education Week

'Disrespected' and 'Dissatisfied': 8 Takeaways From a New Survey of Teachers – Education Week

Clarification: This article and the headline have been updated to reflect an additional takeaway. Also, an earlier version of the first chart that appears in this article has been updated to more clearly and accurately reflect a 10-year gap in …

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14 Strategies for Teaching Intermediate English-Language Learners (Opinion) - Education Week

14 Strategies for Teaching Intermediate English-Language Learners (Opinion) – Education Week

In this EdWeek blog, an experiment in knowledge-gathering, Ferlazzo will address readers’ questions on classroom management, ELL instruction, lesson planning, and other issues facing teachers. Send your questions to [email protected] Read more from this blog.The new question-of-the-week is:What are the …

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How Schools Use Covey's '7 Habits of Highly Effective People' - Education Week

How Schools Use Covey's '7 Habits of Highly Effective People' – Education Week

Students can lose more than academic ground during school disruptions. They can also lose the foundation of academic habits and routines needed to recoup their learning.“The structured and orderly environments that schools generally provide are really important to help kids …

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Students Often Reread to Study. But That's Not Effective (Opinion) - Education Week

Students Often Reread to Study. But That's Not Effective (Opinion) – Education Week

Angela Duckworth and other behavioral-science experts offer advice to teachers based on scientific research. To submit questions, use this form or #helpstudentsthrive. Read more from this blog.This is the last piece in a four-part series on learning. You can read …

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School Districts Are Starting to Spend COVID Relief Funds. The Hard Part Is Deciding How - Education Week

School Districts Are Starting to Spend COVID Relief Funds. The Hard Part Is Deciding How – Education Week

District leaders and school business officials are scrambling to allocate significant, and in some cases unprecedented, sums of money while navigating complex bureaucratic hurdles and a public health crisis that continues to bear down on people and institutions across America.Plans …

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Special education technology can allow inclusion, advances - Smartbrief

Special education technology can allow inclusion, advances – Smartbrief

Update your browser to view this website correctly. Update my browser now × Home › Education›Updates By Diane Benson Harrington Published: April 22, 2022 Approximately 13% of American public school students have special needs, such as speech-language issues and autism. …

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A School Board Has the Right to Censure a Rogue Member, U.S. Supreme Court Says - Education Week

A School Board Has the Right to Censure a Rogue Member, U.S. Supreme Court Says – Education Week

In a case relevant to K-12 school boards dealing with disruptive members, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled unanimously on Thursday that a community college board’s censure of one of its members over his speech did not violate the First Amendment.“In …

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