Education Support Professionals Organize For Workplace Justice

School custodians in Texas upend the order of their district by fighting back against ethical violations and abuses of power.
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Schools Need Introverted Teachers, But Avoiding Burnout a Challenge

Are introverted teachers more susceptible to burnout? Yes, says a former educator and introvert, and that's bad news for students.
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Acting Ed. Secretary John King: Educators ‘Unfairly Blamed’
In a recent speech, King said that “teachers and principals, at times, have felt attacked and unfairly blamed for the challenges our nation faces” and added that government at all levels has to take responsibility for the climate that exists. Source: USA Today
Study Finds Late School Start Improves Teen Behavior
A new study in the journal Sleep has confirmed the idea that there could be positive outcomes if high schoolers were able to start school later in the morning. Source: T.H.E. Journal
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The Far-Reaching Effects of Implicit Bias in the Classroom

Implicit bias, which has a major impact in a student’s ability to learn and feel valued, has to be addressed with ongoing training. “You can’t do it once and expect it to stick,” says educator.
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