Black History Month is an opportunity to remind all Americans of the important role Black teachers have played in empowering communities politically and socially. But today, it is particularly critical to convince more African Americans to join the profession. The U.S. faces a looming teacher crisis and:
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February 2022 is CTE Month, presented by the Association for Career & Technical Education. A number of events and special programs are on the agenda this year, thanks to the sponsorship of the National Association of Home Builders.
How Classroom Teachers Can Know when Students are Harming Themselves . . . and What Teachers Should Do If They Are How are students adjusting as they return to live classrooms? The answer is, they are adjusting in different ways, depending on thousands of variables that include life at home and their emotional and social […]
If you are a teacher, a parent, or a student, you have heard the news that starting in 2024, the on-paper-SAT will be phased out and all American students will only take the test online. Despite a list of FAQs about the SAT that the College Board has made available online, we still do not […]
Updated enrollment figures from the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center show that college enrollment levels are continuing to fall Data just released by the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center shows that enrollment in American colleges and universities is continuing to fall: Undergraduate enrollment in American colleges fell by 3.1 percent in the year preceding fall […]
Do you know a college student who is struggling emotionally now? If so, the cause could be more than simple stress. It could be college burnout, according to “What Is College Burnout?”, a new article written by Tyler Epps for the Best Colleges Blog. According to Dr. Lee Keyes, a psychologist and experienced student counselor […]
What do schools need to do to keep students healthy during the future phases of the Covid-19 pandemic? We recently found a list of recommendations from healthychildren.org. We like it because it covers both the well-known measures that schools should take, and also less-than-obvious steps that are easy to overlook. We recommend that you take […]
Teachers and educators, how are you doing psychologically as year 2022 begins? It’s a difficult period. As one teacher we know recently observed, “I was ready to be all done with the pandemic. I was ready for December 2021 to be the end of an extremely difficult period. I was expecting the mood in my […]
USA Facts is an organization that compiles statistics about dozens of areas of American life: employment, the pandemic, climate change, and more. For educators, a visit to the USA Facts page of statistics on American education is a real eye-opener, full of surprises and facts that provide a newly informed perspective.
“Study: Lessons of COVID-19 underscore need for better teacher support,” an article that Barri Bronston of Tulane University published in Phys.org on November 21, 2021, notes that not only students have suffered from the pandemic. Teachers too have been chronically under-supported by their school systems.