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Over the past year, you’ve made difficult decisions, supported teachers, staff, students, and parents struggling with countless hardships and hassles, and burned way more midnight oil than you thought was possible.
[Infographic] A Not-Quite-True 2020 Retrospective
Remember Tiger King? Or all that sourdough starter your neighbor bought for their new hobby? Hard as it is to believe, that was just months ago. We’ve broken down 2020 by the numbers — check out this year-in-review infographic, and pat yourself on the back for making it this far.Continue Reading
What You’re Grateful for in 2020
Over the past few months, administrators and educators in K-12 shared what has kept them going in one of the most challenging years for education. A few themes emerged, but it all comes back to people: from students to custodians, from principals to speech pathologists, and everyone in between.
Questions (and Answers!) About Reopening Schools Safely
How do you plan to minimize health risks for your students and staff upon reopening? There is no single answer, but schools and districts around the country are doing their best to support a safe return to school. In a recent webinar, school health service leaders gathered to discuss how they’re approaching this critical question.Continue Reading
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[Video] Distance Learning in Real Life
In most of the country, students are setting up laptops at kitchen tables or living room couches, logging into Zoom and completing assignments. Many of their parents, grandparents, and guardians are doing the same.Continue Reading
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A Teacher, a Superintendent, a Special Ed Director: 4 Real-life Stories About Equity in Education
Coming from a small town in the not-Philadelphia-and-not-Pittsburgh part of Pennsylvania, the idea of equity in education wasn’t top-of-mind for me when I was a high school student. Nor was the whole idea that some kids might not have the same kind of opportunities as others.Continue Reading
Quiz: Which generation are you? (based on your work style)
Maybe you’ve been in your role for a while now, but also happen to love avocado toast. Or perhaps you’re a millennial who prefers to text in full sentences with punctuation. Do you ever think, I must have been born in the wrong generation…?Continue Reading
Open for 4 Weeks Only: 2019 Insights Summit Video Vault
This time of year, each day is shorter than the last. If you’re in the northeast, you only have around 9 hours of daylight right now. Time for a hot beverage, a fleece blanket and something excellent to watch.Continue Reading
Making the Most of Mobile Technology in School Districts
More than half of Americans in 2012 were using a mobile device to access the Internet, according to a Pew Internet survey. Out of these, 31% were using mobile as their primary way to get online. Many districts are taking advantage of mobile technology by getting iPads or other mobile tablets into the hands of both students and administrators. Here are some of the ways they are using it!Continue Reading
Improve Your Professional Life with Gratitude
Depending on where you’re located, fall may look like trees protesting winter with a final, fantastic display of colors. Or it’s simply that (dreaded) earlier sunset, clear skies and chilly nights. Whether you live in New England or the Southwest or anywhere in between, fall is here, and with it comes the holiday season.Continue Reading
Change You Can Count On: Change Management in K-12
Education is constantly changing, giving us new opportunities to discover, create and adapt. That goes for all of us: the teachers referring to real world situations and current events to deepen student learning, the Curriculum & Instruction specialists seeking ways to further uphold and implement best practices in evaluations and professional learning, and the administrators who must prepare for and comply with new regulations and expectations.Continue Reading