Educators know that the one of the best ways to become stronger readers is to practice every day. So how do you make sure that your students are motivated to find some time to read while they enjoy their winter break? Check out these tips on ways you can encourage your students to read at every grade level
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In the country’s first-ever charter teacher’s strike, hundreds of educators in Chigago’s Acero chater school network have walked out of their classrooms and onto the picket lines. Meanwhile, the country mourns the loss of “education president” George H. W. Bush, who died last week at the age of 94, and a new study has found that later school start times could be the key to improved school behavior. Read all about these stories and more in this week’s EdNews Round Up.
Reminisce about the wonder and awe of the scholastic book fair in this week’s EdNews Round Up. You’ll also find stories on how midterm elections could shake up education policy, how immigration policies are impacting school attendance, how dual-language programs can boost ELL academic success, and more!
Wildfires raging across the landscape of Northern California have driven thousands from their homes, including students and teachers in Paradise, where teachers and bus drivers helped dozens of students and staff escape to safety. Read all about this, more takeaways from the midterms, and other stories in this week’s EdNews Round Up.
This year’s midterm elections saw a record number of educator candidates—more than any other election cycle. Now that the dust has settled, who won? And what will the ‘Year of the Teacher Politician’ mean for education policy? Real all about this and more in this week’s EdNews Round Up!
Midterm elections are right around the corner, and many first-time voters will be heading to the polls. There is no doubt this year’s elections are important to the nation, and that young voters will have a major impact on the outcome, but is the first-time voter ready for the job? Read all about this and more in this week’s EdNews Round Up!