Every May, the national business community is eager to shower teachers with appreciation mainly in the form of giveaways, discounts, and contests.
Earlier this week, 2020 presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren issued a big policy proposal in which the government would write off billions of dollars in student loan debt and eliminate tuition for some two- and four-year colleges. Read more about the reaction to Warren’s proposal, how the measles outbreak relates to the school nurse shortage, and more in this week’s EdNews Round Up!
When it comes to your students’ literacy development, no one knows like you the value an assignments feature can have when it comes to helping you align your teaching with their unique needs. Check out these five ways you can use the new assignment feature to transform how you use Reading Eggs in your classroom!
As many schools shift to the implementation of social and emotional learning (SEL) lessons into their curriculum, restorative practices are a great tie-in to building relationships, managing emotions, and giving students and educators an opportunity to build these skills in a way that is productive and useful to all. Let’s dive deeper into what restorative justice is, what the benefits of it are, and how you can work to integrate it into your school’s culture.