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Some Money Pouring into ‘High Dose’ Tutoring is Going to Less Researched Models. Is That a Problem?

The world of high-dose tutoring, a regular and intensive form of small-group tutoring, has garnered a great deal of funding attention. But, there is strong concern that this is more of a temporary response than establishing support systems for struggling teachers and students.

June 24, 2022 | EdSurge
Schools Just Let Out, but What Are the Best Ways to Begin the Coming School Year?

As summer progresses, here are 12 recommended ways to work towards a great school year, from start to end.

June 24, 2022 | EdWeek
Push Is on to Grow and Nurture Latino Teacher Pipeline

National initiatives to boost the number of teachers of color have advanced thanks to an increasingly multiethnic student population and research on the benefits of a diverse educator workforce. Now, there are new efforts to address recruitment and retention of Latino educators to serve the growing culturally and linguistically diverse Latino student population.

June 24, 2022 | EdWeek
Students Got a Crash Course in Tech During the Pandemic. Now Some Want a Break

Using technology does not always motivate students. Giving them choices has inspired students to really immerse themselves in what they are learning and demonstrate their learning in a way that best fits their skillsets, writes Leyla Hagihossein.

June 24, 2022 | EdSurge
Making Math Classes More Welcoming for Black Students

When Black students’ lives are reflected in math instruction, they’re more likely to achieve success.

June 24, 2022 | Edutopia
4 Pillars for Career Development

Progression throughout careers is usually anything but orderly and linear, though it may feel like that when listening to stories of people's lives. Professors Jim Bright and Rober Pryor outline key approaches that can be used to help cope with uncertainty and successfully progress through careers.

June 23, 2022 | Forbes
Quality Curriculum Is Not Enough: Committed Educator Supports Are Key

Adopting high quality instructional materials is just the beginning: Deliberate and continued professional learning enhances implementation success, writes Michelle Hawley.

June 23, 2022 | The 74 Million
Blurring the lines between education and workforce

After the disruption of the pandemic, people in the field of education are more open to rethinking traditional ways of doing business in order to better serve students. One idea that’s been gaining steam since last year is to break down barriers between high school, college and career to create a system that bridges all three.

June 23, 2022 | Hechinger Report
Improving Community College Transfer Pathways Could Help With Teacher Shortages

In response to teacher labor shortages, Michigan’s Department of Education recently issued a series of policy recommendations for the state Legislature. These recommendations include relaxed regulations on out-of-state teachers who apply for in-state teacher certification, student loan repayment for college graduates committed to the teaching profession and efforts to improve the teacher preparation pipeline, each of which are laudable in their own right. But the proposals overlook one important source of future teachers: community colleges.

June 23, 2022 | Inside Higher Ed