Educator Voices

Blogger’s Note: This post isn’t a reflection on grading and assessment in schools. It’s also not a collection of resources that you can use to teach remotely during the Coronavirus quarantine. It’s not quick and pithy leadership tip or a new resource for structuring the...
Nearly 30 million children in the U.S. count on schools for free or low-cost breakfast, lunch, snacks and sometimes dinner — but most of those children are now at home. At least 114,000 public and private schools have been closed to slow the spread of the coronavirus, affecting the vast majority of...
Any parent balancing work, homeschool and the uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic is bound to have their limits tested by sheltering in place with kids who haven’t seen their friends or participated in sports. Lisa Damour, a clinical psychologist and author of Under Pressure: Confronting the...
As colleges across the country pivot online on very short notice, there are a host of complications — from laptops and Internet access to mental health and financial needs. Digital learning experts have some surprising advice: do less. “Please Do A Bad Job Of Putting Your Courses Online...
Like so many other parents around the country, I was transitioning to full-time remote work last week while preparing to support my family through a crisis. That’s when my 10-year-old son, Kenzo, came home with a large, Ziploc bag full of school supplies. It included an iPad with various apps...

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