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March 16, 2020

Teachers Share Resources for Teaching Online During Coronavirus School Closures

To help ease the transition to remote instruction, educators have launched virtual professional learning communities to share resources, ask questions, and give advice.

March 11, 2020

How Top Teachers Make Student Voice a High Priority

The winners of the 2019-2020 Milken Educator Awards reflect on how they invite students' questions about the world and encourage them to share their perspectives.

March 06, 2020

Teaching About Coronavirus: 3 Lesson Plans for Science, Math, and Media Literacy

As the virus continues to spread, some teachers have made COVID-19 a focus of their lessons, in attempts to explain the facts and debunk rumors.

March 05, 2020

When Teaching Media Literacy, Which News Sources Are Credible? Even Teachers Don't Agree

Like other Americans, liberal and conservative teachers perceive news sources' credibility differently. How does that affect their teaching of media literacy?

March 03, 2020

Teachers in These States Have to Pass a Rigorous Test on 'Science of Reading'

As the importance of good reading instruction attracts new attention, data show that only 19 states require aspiring teachers to pass a test that shows they've mastered research-based methods for teaching children to read.

March 02, 2020

Teachers to Administrators: What We Wish You Knew About Reading Instruction

Many teachers are not seeing eye-to-eye with their bosses on what reading instruction should look like, and the value of various strategies.

February 20, 2020

California Agrees to $53 Million to Settle Lawsuit Over Low Literacy Achievement

Targeted in a lawsuit focused on students' struggles to read, California has agreed to provide $53 million for early literacy instruction and a range of services to support it.

February 20, 2020

Should Teachers Give Students 'Spanish Names' in Spanish Class?

Renaming students is a common practice in foreign-language classes, but there has been a growing pushback among some educators, who say it can be culturally insensitive.

February 20, 2020

Navigating the Curriculum Maze: States Stepping in to Help Teachers

If Virginia's proposal is approved, it will become part of a trend: states that are taking a stronger role in helping teachers find high-quality curriculum materials.

February 19, 2020

Reading Instruction 'Keeps Parents Up at Night': Advocates in Wis., Calif. Push for Changes

As schools apply more scrutiny to the methods and materials they use to teach early reading, educators and parents in some states have started to form new advocacy efforts—trying to pressure states and districts to adopt new approaches to teacher training and evaluating materials.

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