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The missed opportunities for incorporating relevance and sense-making into classroom instruction may help explain why the standards haven’t led to greater improvement in math learning, writes Just Equations.
Acadeum, an online course-sharing platform for higher education institutions, announced this week it's launching a new dual-enrollment offering that will provide more than 500 college-level classes to eligible high school students.
Nationwide, about 80 percent of students enrolling in community college say they intend to continue at a four-year college or university to earn a bachelor’s degree. But only 15 percent of community college students achieve that goal within six years, according to 2020 National Student Clearinghouse data.
New report finds most first-year students struggled to learn when the pandemic moved classes online -- in part because of limited access to technology and resources.
These 14-18 year olds are coming of age amid a pandemic, racial justice protests and political hostility, but remain optimistic about their own lives.
A Parent’s Plea: After 18 Lonely Months of COVID, the Kids Are Not Alright. Here’s Why This Back-to-School Season Must Balance Learning With Healing
After 18 lonely months of COVID, the kids are not alright. Here’s why This back-to-school season must balance learning with healing, writes Connor Williams.
The shift to remote learning in response to the COVID-19 pandemic in spring 2020 will have a lasting impact on the way curricula and learning materials are delivered as new digital tools and practices adopted for that environment are adapted for classroom use, according to a national survey of 2,168 teacher and administrators conducted in March by Bay View Analytics.
In plans submitted to the U.S. Department of Education, states are detailing how they will use COVID-19 relief funding to recruit and retain teachers, including strengthening the teacher pipeline through "Grow Your Own" programs, offering financial incentives, providing staff mental health supports and creating alternative licensure routes.