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Between COVID cases climbing because of the omicron variant and behavioral issues in the classroom, some teachers are ready to quit while others are breaking down in school bathrooms amid overwhelming pressure.
In this episode of Work in Progress: Aaron Seybert, Managing Director, Social Investment Practice, Kresge Foundation. Kresge’s overall mission is to boost the economic mobility of low-income Americans and has seven program teams dedicated to improving “the quality of life in America’s cities by addressing barriers to capital.”
Districts all over the country are playing catchup to keep students supported after COVID-19 interruptions.
Prospective mental health clinicians could get up to $25,000 in scholarship money under legislation proposed Tuesday by State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond intended to bolster mental health services for California students.
In an interview with EdSource, incoming superintendent-president of Long Beach City College Mike Muñoz discussed additional plans he has to help students with housing, child care and more.
A coalition of education groups is pushing forward with efforts to increase the number of educators of color working in the nation’s public schools, with the goal of adding 1 million teachers and 30,000 leaders of color to the workforce by 2030.
Math anxiety is a drain on our collective enthusiasm for learning and growth. This New Year, let’s resolve to take this educational inflection point as an opportunity to rebrand mathematical reasoning as an incredible tool with which every single human brain is born, writes Susanna Brock.
Earning a credential and getting a job while earning college credit is helping these young adults find a career pathway.
Experts say schools, government and industry need to work together more closely—and sooner—on career paths.