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Tools and ideas to support foreign-language instruction in a remote learning environment.
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What it will take to reopen schools, from addressing student needs to reimagining instruction and professional development. Experts weigh in.
Educators are concerned about learning losses from the coronavirus pandemic. Is looping the answer?
Does your culture honor all students -- or just those who behave? How to root out toxic mindsets.
A media specialist explains how her school is adapting to at-home learning using a phonics-based tech tool.
With some casting doubt on how much the summer slide affects students, how best can educators address it in a year made chaotic by a pandemic?
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