Are Some Schools Playing Down Race When Considering ‘Equity’?

The murder of George Floyd in 2020 changed American culture, in part by invigorating interest in…

How Makerspaces in Schools Can Support Student Mental Health

Makerspaces in schools are a place where the normal rules of classroom learning are tossed aside…

I Am Tired of Being Silent About Gun Violence in Schools. Here’s How We Can Take Action.

Educators are scarce on everything, whether it be resources, compensation or time. So often, we are…

What Have Schools Learned So Far About Effective Tutoring?

School districts around the country have rolled out tutoring programs at a feverish pace with the…

COVID-19 Hit Schools Unequally, But Data Shows Learning Recovery Is Equally Slow

When schools were forced to go remote during the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, it…

Building Back Better: How K-12 Schools Can Use COVID Relief Funds for Learning Loss

As schools across the country look to recover from the disruptions of the COVID-19 pandemic’s disruptions,…

Student Privacy Is at More Risk Than Ever Before. Can K-12 Schools Keep It Safe?

Edtech has become inseparable from the education system. But how prepared are K-12 districts to handle…

How Desk Chairs Became a Lesson About What We Deserve in Public Schools

One of my rituals at the start of each school year is to clean student desks…

As Safety Threats Rise in Schools, Could SEL Programs Help?

Schools are becoming increasingly unsafe for our nation’s students — physically, socially and emotionally. American youth…

Schools Are Using Voice Technology to Teach Reading. Is It Helping?

A first grade student is trying to read a passage on her iPad. A digital avatar…