Employers want workers who can speak another language, but lack of support at the K12 level has led to declining levels of proficiency among adults.
Advances in technology might bring about a cursive comeback.
“Digital natives” may be able to dart effortlessly between social media channels, but they need help evaluating the information they find there – and fast.
Hundreds of U.S. faculty, including NEA members, have been reported to Professor Watchlist, a right-wing web site that identifies ‘radical’ professors.
New changes allow educators to complete the rigorous certification process over a longer period of time at a lower cost.
A victory at the ballot box demonstrates the collective power of educators in the fight for better pay, lower class size, and professional development.
As longer school days become more popular, educators are making sure that additional time is more than just change for change’s sake.
With a mixture of empathy, flexibility, and brain-based strategies, trauma-informed educators are giving students the support they need.
The practice is ineffective and damaging, but many states are holding on tight to corporal punishment. Some students more than others are paying the price.
The school year is well underway, but a new educator can still make adjustments to avoid feeling overwhelmed.