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Should Schools Require Mental Health Education? Two States Say Yes - Education Week

Amid sharply rising rates of teen suicide and adolescent mental illness, two states have enacted laws that for the first time require public schools to include mental health education in their basic curriculum....


Getting Feedback Right: a Q&A With John Hattie - Education Week

Providing students or teachers with clear, actionable critiques is an essential ingredient for any kind of continuous improvement process, says John Hattie, an author and education researcher....


Tackling Two 'Danger Zones' of Freshman Year: Attendance and Homework - Education Week

A Seattle partnership between researchers and practitioners is using a continuous improvement approach to improve outcomes for students making the rocky transition from 8th to 9th grades....


Computer Science - Education Week

AP Computer Science Principles has become one of the fastest growing AP courses, expanding access to computer science both for underrepresented minorities and female students, finds an early study of the 2018 exam data released by the College Board last week....


After Drawing Criticism, College Board Rethinking Revision of AP World History - Education Week

The College Board is considering reinstating some content that was cut from Advanced Placement World History after high school teachers argued that the elimination of pre-colonial Africa, Asia, Americas, and the Middle East would hurt children of color....


A School-Improvement Guidebook: Cultivate Trust - Education Week

Teachers benefit from feedback and support that isnít tied to professional evaluations, writes instructional coach Diane Caldwell....


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Should Schools Require Mental Health Education? Two States Say Yes - Education Week

Amid sharply rising rates of teen suicide and adolescent mental illness, two states have enacted laws that for the first time require public schools to include mental health education in their basic curriculum....


Getting Feedback Right: a Q&A With John Hattie - Education Week

Providing students or teachers with clear, actionable critiques is an essential ingredient for any kind of continuous improvement process, says John Hattie, an author and education researcher....


Tackling Two 'Danger Zones' of Freshman Year: Attendance and Homework - Education Week

A Seattle partnership between researchers and practitioners is using a continuous improvement approach to improve outcomes for students making the rocky transition from 8th to 9th grades....


Computer Science - Education Week

AP Computer Science Principles has become one of the fastest growing AP courses, expanding access to computer science both for underrepresented minorities and female students, finds an early study of the 2018 exam data released by the College Board last week....


After Drawing Criticism, College Board Rethinking Revision of AP World History - Education Week

The College Board is considering reinstating some content that was cut from Advanced Placement World History after high school teachers argued that the elimination of pre-colonial Africa, Asia, Americas, and the Middle East would hurt children of color....


A School-Improvement Guidebook: Cultivate Trust - Education Week

Teachers benefit from feedback and support that isnít tied to professional evaluations, writes instructional coach Diane Caldwell....


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