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Returning to in-person schooling amid the pandemic may heighten symptoms of separation anxiety for some students.
Synergy at Mineola High School feels more like a tech startup than a high school. And in many ways, it is.
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Teachers are broadly concerned about their students' mental health—and don't always have the knowledge or support to help.
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«Educators have the moral and professional responsibility to teach and lead on issues of race and racism in schools—it’s what children need, what most parents want, and what compelling research calls for.»
Here's what it means to be a culturally responsive teacher and where critical race theory ties in—or not.
«While more than half of public school students are students of color, most schools are organized around the mainstream culture of white Americans. The culture that many students experience at home and in their communities is not always represented at school—or is represented in a stereotypical way.»
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While Republicans and Democrats agree on some topics, there are sharp political divides on others, especially LGBTQ issues.
Sometimes adapting instruction is just about making decisions in the moment to reach all students, regardless of their gifts or challenges.
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