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Thoughts

Remember when things made sense, and you knew exactly what to expect from school?

By: 
Charles Sosnik
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How SEL can help raise high school reading achievement | NASFAA Creates Toolkit to Reduce Implicit Bias in Financial Aid Policy | State Board of Education approves virtual learning programs at 33 school districts | Where Are the School Librarians? 

Research

Facts about the national map of which district is “back to normal” and which isn’t are hard to put together, but the entirety of “normal” itself is in question

By: 
LeiLani Cauthen
Ideas

PD topics most chosen shows K-12 educators are focused on accelerating student potential and transforming classrooms with more engaging, student-centered approaches

By: 
Dr. Lynn Kepp
Perspective

Back-to-school time is usually a mix of nervousness and excitement. In our desire for a return to “normal,” we must watch and listen closely to the unspoken needs of children

By: 
Tamara Fyke
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K-12 schools look to ‘fill the gap’ with COVID relief funds | Special education programs have funding but lack educators | MD State DOE Announces More Than $309 Million for State Child Care Providers | 64% of Top Districts to Hold Virtual Academies this Fall

Perspective

Educators are using the advantages of technology to make learning more effective

By: 
Allen Drennan
Research

The U.S. K-12 sector spent $35.8 Billion in 2020 on all things EdTech, including hardware, major software systems, digital curriculum resources and networks

By: 
Charles Sosnik

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