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Shining a light on Black excellence in STEM today

Educating students about the accomplishments of impressive Black leaders and many others can help cultivate a more diverse future generation of mathematicians, environmentalists, inventors, scientists, and more, says DreamBox Learning CEO Jessie Woolley-W

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Improving student behavior through SEL

Fights, cursing and incidents of disrespect from students had teachers crying out for help in this Wisconsin district. How leaders addressed it with a data-informed social-emotional learning program.

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5 benefits of using an online coding program 

Finding itself “suddenly remote,” this public charter school quickly adopted an online platform for keeping kids connected to STEM, and even participated in an international cyber robotics and coding competition.

Education

School choice: It’s personal

When it comes to learning, one size does not fit all, says Andrew Campanella of National School Choice Week. How he sees school choice benefiting students, teachers and families.

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STEM’s post-COVID moment

As the pandemic stretches into its tenth month and education zig zags between in-person and remote, there’s one inescapable truth: STEM is more important than ever.

Edtech

EdCamp: How to run yours virtually

While they are popular, vibrant events, EdCamps in their original format cannot currently take place in person in most school communities nationwide. That doesn’t mean they cannot happen -- and one school figured out how to run them virtually.

Education

Taking a pause

The recent surge in coronavirus cases has forced many leaders into fast decisions, sometimes to their schools detriment. Four ways to hit pause and give yourself time to think.

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