9 Must-Read Books That Celebrate Hispanic and Latinx Voices

“In order to be residents of the world, it is important to comprehend that trainees require to learn more about themselves in addition to about others who are various from them.”– Ms. Mendez, Senior high school instructor, IL Every trainee should have to see their stories and abundant histories shown in the books they read. […]

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Black History is every day

Over time, when more Black people began checking out and writing, they didnt always compose about things like the tea cake because they were so concentrated on moving forward and getting a task. When Black individuals– especially younger individuals– left the south during the Great Migration they were so focused on leaving the south and […]

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Stepping Back into the School Year

The time has actually arrived to get in into a new school year. This summer season I concentrated on decompressing from the previous 18 months of pandemic mentor. I discovered the requirement to decompress and remove myself from all things associated with teaching was very needed for my overall wellness. In addition, the procedure of […]

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New Efforts to Increase Access to Pell Grants for Incarcerated Students

By: Amy Loyd, Performing Assistant Secretary and Deputy Assistant Secretary for Policy and Strategic Initiatives, Office of Career, Technical, and Grownup Education We understand that these efforts cant stop with eligibility for Pell Grants. We likewise require to make sure the federal financial assistance program is truly accessible to students in jail. Currently, we have […]

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Top Five Takeaways for Supporting Teacher Leadership

By Meghan Everette, School Ambassador Fellow Research study shows that teachers who determine as leaders are most likely to remain in the occupation longer and have a greater effect on trainee achievement. Teacher turnover and lacks in certain topics and geographic locations have actually been an ongoing issue, and there are worries this lack will […]

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From Deficit Messaging to Asset Thinking: How Can Schools Frame Pandemic Learning & SEL?

By Tanasha Mahone Leaning into Social Emotional Learning (SEL) and the psychological wellness of educators and trainees is one location of focus that has actually always caught my attention. As a U.S. Department of Education School Ambassador Fellow and teacher, I have reflected over the previous year on manner ins which trainees and schools can […]

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Cumpliremos con el deseo del presidente de apoyar la reapertura segura y sostenida de las escuelas

He visto buenos ejemplos de estados y distritos escolares que están en la vanguardia de la prevención. A principios de esta semana, me reuní con el gobernador de Pensilvania, Tom Wolf, para anunciar que el estado pondrá clínicas de vacunación en todos los distritos escolares y ofrecerá pruebas gratis de detección en todas las escuelas. […]

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Meeting the President’s Call to Support the Safe and Sustained Reopening of Schools

That is why our concern should be to assist ensure that every trainee can securely go back to school personally. Amidst the unpredictability triggered by the pandemic and the Delta version, the reality is that we understand what works to keep educators and trainees safe: following the science-based techniques for avoiding the spread of COVID-19 […]

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Update on the Free Inquiry Rule

Disclaimer: Other than the statutory and regulative requirements consisted of in this article, the contents of this guidance do not have the force and impact of law and are not suggested to bind the public. This post is intended just to supply clarity to the general public relating to existing requirements under the law or […]

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Recognizing Inspiring School Employees for a Second Year

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