How Exclusionary Discipline Creates Disconnected Students

Most students want to be engaged in school, but severe disciplinary policies disrupt learning and make them feel undervalued, unwelcome and misunderstood, according to a new study.   READ MORE »

Hygge: The Classroom Design Word That Means Calm

The first day of school is still a way off, so it's not too late to think about a new classroom design that can help put your students at ease the minute they walk through the door.   READ MORE »



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Parents Fear for Kids’ Safety in Schools Increases
Amid a national debate over how to best prevent campus shootings, 1 in 3 U.S. parents fears for their child's safety while at school – the highest level of concern in two decades, according to a new national poll. Source: U.S. news and World Report
How Personal Is ‘Personalized’ Learning?
Early studies of how well personalized learning systems are serving students have yielded mixed results. Experts gathered in Los Angeles recently to discuss the pros and cons of this increasingly popular but controversial trend. Source: Education Writers Association

2018 NEA Representative Assembly Energized By Red for Ed, Student Activists

"When educators, parents, communities, and students stand together, we are a formidable force and together we can fight and win.”   READ MORE »