After police shootings and continued unrest in Tulsa, Charlotte, and Columbus, how can educators best use resources to lead conversations with students about police violence, bias, and race?
As audiobooks continue to grow in popularity, how can schools use this reading medium to increase literacy for all students?
In For White Folks Who Teach in the Hood... and the Rest of Y'all Too, Christopher Emdin examines the white-savior narrative in urban schools and shows teachers how they can create a classroom environment that is respectful of black and brown culture.
Education Week reporters, editors, and staff share the best books they read this summer.
Graphic novelist Gene Luen Yang, the national ambassador for young people's literature, recommends his favorite YA books for summer reading.
Graphic novelist Gene Luen Yang, the national ambassador for young people's literature, is pushing K-12 students to read books that help them consider other perspectives on the human condition.
In response to a Twitter poll, readers of Education Week share the best books they've read this summer.
Education Week opinion bloggers share their favorite summer reading recommendations—the latest education-related or guilty-pleasure titles they can't put down.
As open education resources, or OER, become more popular, educators are tasked with finding content that is high quality, appropriate for a student's grade level and subject, and aligned to particular standards. BookMarks looks at two organizations to compare different approaches to OER creation.
Poetry has long been an essential element of English/language arts classes, but spoken-word poetry, which has gained visibility and attracted new audiences in the past decade, is changing how students learn about and understand poetry—and themselves.