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Raising champions
Raising champions

Community and service are at the heart of Utah’s 2021 Teacher of the Year John Arthur’s teaching philosophy. See how he applies these concepts to training students and recruiting teachers.

Time for a learning reset: Developing critical readers
Time for a learning reset: Developing critical readers

Before we can talk about recovering from reading skills lost over the last year, we must first acknowledge students’ deep trauma. A roundup of stories on reading instruction and walking students through trauma.

College puts prison in rearview mirror
College puts prison in rearview mirror

Before John Hunter was a college graduate and budding playwright, he was serving time for assault in a California prison. This program helped him turn around.

School choice: It’s personal
School choice: It’s personal

When it comes to learning, one size does not fit all, says Andrew Campanella of National School Choice Week. How he sees school choice benefiting students, teachers and families.

Why foreign-language skills matter for the next-generation workforce
Why foreign-language skills matter for the next-generation workforce

The demand for language skills is greater than it’s ever been before -- and it is only getting bigger. ACTFL’s Howie Berman outlines a plan to get there.

4 ways to de-stress, from teacher-comedian Eddie B
4 ways to de-stress, from teacher-comedian Eddie B

Teacher stress is real, says teacher-comedian Eddie B. Here, he offers four ways you can get a handle on it.

Natural-born hustlers: Combating the school-to-prison pipeline through entrepreneurship education
Natural-born hustlers: Combating the school-to-prison pipeline through entrepreneurship education

Teaching entrepreneurship skills is one way to help stem the school-to-prison pipeline, says veteran educator Nadia Lopez. Here’s how she did -- and what you can do with your students

A moment of crisis and opportunity in education
A moment of crisis and opportunity in education

Whatever comes next in education should not be what wasn’t working before. Current Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos and former Secretary of Education Arne Duncan weigh in on what it could -- and should! -- look like.

Mr. Koga’s RadLabs and other adventures in STEM
Mr. Koga’s RadLabs and other adventures in STEM

How teachers are pulling out the stops (and blond mullet wigs) and getting creative to make STEM learning stick.

Platform reveals trends in student mental health, behavior during school closures
Platform reveals trends in student mental health, behavior during school closures

Prolonged school closures have triggered a mental health crisis among our youth. How one company is helping schools get out in front of danger and better support students in peril.

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