Teachers, administrators, and school support staff must understand their own social-emotional abilities before they can impart those skills to students, according to new research.


A majority of families report being under severe financial strain as the pandemic wears on, according to a new survey.


Even so, only 19 percent of teenagers say that instruction should be fully in-person this fall.


Growth mindsets are an important tool for battling racial bias in the classroom and helping students through difficulties posed by the pandemic.


Small groups of Portland youngsters gathered in gardens, played with plant-based dyes, and cooked up vegan meals as part of Camp ELSO's mission to foster STEM learning for students of color.


Leaders at DREAM's REAL Kid's New York summer academic and baseball program decided early on to move the program online. To do that, they relied on their core principle: the value of being on a team.


Regulating emotions, managing stress, empathizing with others, and maintaining relationshipswill be key to helping students learn this fall, according to CASEL in its new guide for reopening schools.


For parents whose kids are without a summer program this year, one expert says one of the most important things is to create structure and routine.


In a three-part video series, two school nurses discuss how the coronavirus pandemic has upended their profession.


Feelings of depression, unhappiness, and disconnection are rising among America's youth as the COVID-19 pandemic drags on, according to a survey of 3,300 teenagers.


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