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Our Eight for Equity! series continues with a roundup of eight of our favorite videos, articles, tools, and resources for advancing educational equity.
Richard Feistman shows how districts can turn program evaluation from a daunting task into a powerful tool for growth.
We are excited to announce the launch of a new blog series, Eight for Equity!, featuring a roundup of eight of our favorite videos, articles, tools, and resources for advancing educational equity.
The complexity of the family-school relationship is so unique and ever-changing that pre-made, one-size-fits-all programs cannot accomplish the goals so many schools have for engaging families. Rather than a program, success lies in developing an ongoing process at the local level for systematically evaluating the needs of families and staff and then providing programs to meet those needs.
As a movement, personalized learning holds great promise. In short, audacity need not be the enemy of the practical. By drastically reshaping our ideal schools to better represent the “educational hubs” that support personalization, we open more possibilities than we close.
In the daily struggles of working as an educator, it is easy to forget the hidden problems faced by our students—one of the most important being whether they have a nighttime residence that is fixed, regular, and adequate.
In classrooms where very few, if any, students are asking questions, how should educators help cultivate students’ curiosity? Does having the teacher ask for questions help? And, more significantly, does teaching questioning help? Shelby shares her research on the topic.