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How a team of instructional coaches helps turn around low-performing schools

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Education Dive | Administrators in Greenville County Schools, South Carolina, deploy a team of instructional coaches to schools that have been identified as needing support, District Administration reports. The initiative, ...
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Yale RULER program helping with students social and emotional learning during remote learning

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CBS News | The pandemic is creating challenges for children's mental health. CBS News senior medical contributor Dr. Tara Narula shows how one program, RULER, is teaching students to process ...
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CDC: Schools should prioritize COVID testing for symptomatic staff, students

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Education Dive | Interim considerations issued Oct. 13 by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for school-based novel coronavirus testing suggest schools prioritize testing for students and ...
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REALIZING THE PROMISE: How can education technology improve learning for all?

/ tech, world view
Brookings Institute | Leading up to the 75th anniversary of the UN General Assembly, this “Realizing the promise: How can education technology improve learning for all?” publication kicks off the ...
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Cincinnati Children’s Hospital to dose children in Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine trial

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WLWT | Cincinnati Children's Hospital could soon be testing the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine on children as young as 12 years old. It's the first coronavirus vaccine trial to include children ...
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Building Racial Equity Through Trauma-Responsive Discipline

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ASCD - Micere Keels | We can expect that the mental health effects of the pandemic will hit Black Americans, and particularly Black children, the hardest. Black children will lose ...
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Effective Instructional Models for a Hybrid Schedule

/ remote learning
Edutopia | It can be a challenge to engage students when they’re at school only a few days a week—station rotations and flipping the classroom can help. Effective Instructional Models ...
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DODD Launches Training to Support Youth with Complex Needs

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Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities | Supporting Youth with Intensive and Complex Needs Online training series is now available in DODD MyLearning. The training is designed for direct support professionals ...
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As schools go remote, two top edtech companies are joining forces

/ curriculum, remote learning, tech
Fast Company | Altitude Learning has agreed to merge with the U.S.-based arm of itslearning, a European learning management system. itslearning is a European learning management system that serves hundreds ...
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Discovery Education Is Having A Moment

/ curriculum, remote learning, tech
Forbes | When the pandemic took full swing by March, Discovery Education hit the ground running. By summer, their number of sessions and users had increased dramatically with an 80% ...
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States invest in datacasting to bridge the K-12 digital divide

/ remote learning, tech
Education Dive | The tech would allow students to receive instructional content in remote areas without internet and comes encrypted for data security. Datacasting, or data broadcasting, has been used ...
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Ed leaders share best practices for reopening schools

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Education Dive | In a Wednesday Education Department webinar, five leaders shared how their school systems are working to gain the public's confidence and to expand in-person learning. Ed leaders ...
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Students of color most likely to be learning online: Districts must work even harder on race equity

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Brookings Institute | Research showing that Black, Hispanic, and Asian students are, on average, around fifteen percentage points more likely than white students to live in a “remote-only” school district ...
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McClain HS gets metal detectors to take temperatures

/ coronavirus, tech
Highland County Press | Jesse Mitchell, Greenfield's technology director, had the great idea to put in the walk-through metal detectors, branded by Secvera, to take students’ temperatures quickly. The machines ...
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How Small Grants Are Empowering Parents of Underserved Students to Form Pandemic Microschools

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The 74 Million | Using a $10,000 grant from the National Parents Union, Brandice Hatcher is in the process of opening her Righteous Voice Mentoring pod. The girls under her ...
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Study: Schools still struggle with distance learning, but key solutions are emerging

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Education Dive | Common solutions are emerging, according to a study from Bellwether Education Partners and Teach For America examining lessons learned by 12 district and charter schools that could ...
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How the pandemic is shifting school comms strategies for English learners

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Education Dive | Amid the pandemic transition to virtual models, districts have evolved their approaches to ensure EL students and families remain engaged and informed. How the pandemic is shifting ...
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Finneytown: Setting up Your Home for Distance Learning

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FLSD | Finneytown’s Behavior Specialist Mrs. Lisa Wedig shares tips on how to set up your home for distance learning in a two part video series ...
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More Interest Than Ever For School Board School

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WVXU | A Cincinnati program focused on educating aspiring school board members is experiencing growing demand. The program is described as equipping "education advocates and aspiring school board members with ...
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Trauma is ‘Written Into Our Bodies’—but Educators Can Help

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Edutopia | Dr. Nadine Burke Harris, California’s first surgeon general, talks about the impact of multigenerational adversity, SEL in the classroom, and the transformational powers of meditation. For children with ...
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