Leveraging Educator Micro-Credentials to Meet the Moment

When many schools across the nation moved online in March 2020 because of the COVID-19 pandemic, there were new online learning programs to...

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Black History Beyond Black History Month

Black History Month was celebrated throughout the United States last month, from the White House to classrooms across the country. In...

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States Lead the Future of Learning With Technology

Challenges with high-quality virtual and blended learning continue to impact schools across the country.  However, in the face of the...

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Students Impacted by the Justice System Are Now Eligible for Federal Financial Aid. What About State Aid Programs?

In response to evidence from federal pilot programs in the last five years and increasing awareness about significant justice issues...

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Arts Integrated Teacher Education Benefits Elementary Students and Teachers Alike 

“My 1st graders pantomimed today to illustrate understanding of vocabulary. Pantomime pairs well with a current science unit about...

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Cracking the Code on Funding Schools Equitably

Legislatures are moving full speed ahead with their sessions, and many of us in the education policy sector have our eyes on what this...

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The State of CTE: Work-Based Learning in Perkins V State Plans

Work-based learning offers students opportunities to deepen classroom learning, explore future career fields and demonstrate skills in an...

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Early STEM: Gaining Ground in Leading States

To assist states in expanding equitable access to high-quality science, technology, engineering and math experiences in pre-K through grade...

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3 Ways to Address Risky State Assessments in 2021

More than eight months removed from the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the impacts on teaching and learning are still felt acutely...

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2021 State of the State Addresses Highlight Key Education Issues

The 2020 election included 11 gubernatorial races that resulted in two new governors. Because many governors appoint top education policy...

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