More than 300,000 Hispanic students have been displaced from K-12 schools in communities where local police have forged partnerships with Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers to better enforce immigration laws, according to a new study from researchers at Stanford University. Read this story, as well as articles on what 2020 presidential candidates think about buses, how many teachers work summer jobs, and more in this week’s EdNews Round Up.
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Whether you’re saving up for a big purchase, looking to pay off a loan, or just wanting some extra cash to throw at your bills every month, there’s bound to be a fun side job that aligns to your interests. Check out these eight interesting ways you can earn some side cash without ever having to feel like you’re really working.
Are you interested in implementing technology in your school or classroom this year, but not sure how to go about it? Learn from the best! Join us for a free, LIVE panel discussion on Thursday, July 25 at 10:00 AM CT, as we chat with our 2019 Educator of the Year Award winners to hear all about their secrets to success with technology!
[Weekly EdNews Round Up] School Safety, Privacy, Digital Equity, and More Stuff You Missed at ISTE 2019
The 2019 installment of the annual International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) conference wound down Wednesday afternoon as attendees filed into Hall A at Philadelphia's Pennsylvania Convention Center for a final round of keynotes. You can read all about what you missed at ISTE, plus stories on the latest student loan forgiveness idea, Yale’s most popular class, and more in this week’s EdNews Round Up.
While school may be out for summer, and many students have turned their thoughts to summer reading or vacations, planning for the new school year is top of mind for district and school administrators. To support you in that process, we've curated a list of our best resources aligned to goals outlined by the TDOE and the Tennessee ESSA plan.
Did you ever have a teacher whose class you hated to miss? A new study shows that the benefits of having one of those teachers last for years afterward, boosting high school graduation rates — especially for students who start out with the worst attendance records and test scores. Find out how engaging teachers are combatting chronic absenteeism, why a new census question could mean less funding for schools, and why diverse classroom libraries matter all in this week’s EdNews Round Up.
Teaching anyone to read can be an intimidating task, but what if things just don’t start clicking? The majority of students with learning disabilities spend most of their school time in traditional classrooms, but on 17 percent of general education teachers feel equipped to teach them. Why is dyslexia so hard to talk about? Read more about this story, and more stories related to special education in reading and literacy in our Dyslexia edition of the EdNews Round Up.
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