A new distance learning toolkit offers best practices and advice to support students who learn differently
Experts from the Yale School of Public Health and Johns Hopkins School of Medicine discuss the implications of the latest CDC guidance in regard to in-person learning
States will not have the authority to cancel federally mandated standardized exams this year but will have wide-ranging discretion in when, where, and how the tests are given.
Tips for effectively collecting data and offering personalized learning in remote, hybrid, and in-person teaching.
Educators should be wearing better masks, says Dr. Joseph G. Allen, director of the Healthy Buildings Program at Harvard University’s T.H. Chan School of Public Health.
The new science labs at Deer Path Middle School in Illinois are tech-forward, bright, friendly, and comfortable spaces that emphasize student collaboration
The FBI recently warned that cyber attacks of schools are on the rise but an IBM survey suggests many schools are not taking the threat seriously enough
Better ventilation is part of President Biden’s plan for schools to resume in-person learning. Here’s how schools can do that quickly and without major investments
NASA’s Perseverance Rover is scheduled to land on the Red Planet Thursday. Here’s how to stream the event in-class and get your students ready.
Leaders from New York City’s school libraries shared tips for helping students conduct research in an increasingly difficult to navigate digital world
John Pelletier, director of the Center for Financial Literacy at Champlain College shares tips for riding the GameStop wave of interest in investing to teach financial literacy.
In the remote coastal city of Nome, Alaska, internet is slow and costs more than $300 per month yet students remain connected
D.C. and education insiders expect Miguel Cardona to be quickly confirmed as the next U.S. education secretary for a number of reasons.
By becoming local internet service providers for select students, schools can lower internet access cost by as much as 75 percent per student
E-rate applications must be submitted by midnight on March 25, and there are several things to keep in mind while applying this year.
Even under difficult circumstances, educators are finding ways to innovate and connect with students
In Miguel Cardona, President Biden’s nominee for education secretary, bilingual education advocates see an ally who can help them overcome remote learning challenges
The new administration hopes to get students back in the physical classroom by investing billions in rapid Covid testing technology