How Has Technology Changed Teachers’ Job Descriptions?

How Has Technology Changed Teachers’ Job Descriptions?

By 2017, nearly every school district in the U.S. gave students access to technology for learning. Ranging from computer labs to tablets to cell phones to laptops, schools engage varied technology platforms to embrace this tech-savvy generation. During the pandemic,...
Social-Emotional Learning Resources for the Classroom

Social-Emotional Learning Resources for the Classroom

In December of 2021, the surgeon general issued an advisory on the mental health crisis facing America’s youth. The surgeon general stated that “an alarming number of young people struggled with feelings of helplessness, depression, and thoughts of suicide — and...
School Liability and On-Campus Violence

School Liability and On-Campus Violence

On November 30th, 2021, Ethan Crumbley, a fifteen-year-old student at Oxford High School in Oxford, Michigan, opened fire in a school hallway. Four students died; six students and one teacher were injured. The tragedy sent shockwaves through the community and country....
How Superintendents Can Prevent Cyberbullying

How Superintendents Can Prevent Cyberbullying

Maintaining a safe learning environment for all students is one of the most important parts of a superintendent’s job. That extends to the digital classroom. Therefore, it’s every bit as important to prevent online harassment as in-person bullying. Many...
How Assistive Technology Helps Students With Learning Disabilities

How Assistive Technology Helps Students With Learning Disabilities

The 1997 amendments to the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) includes information for schools about assistive technology devices. For students with learning disabilities, assistive technology may include “any item, piece of equipment, or product...
Mental Health in Schools: The Birmingham Coalition for Student Mental Health

Mental Health in Schools: The Birmingham Coalition for Student Mental Health

Alabama hospitals report falling numbers of COVID-19 cases. Birmingham city schools began to offer blended learning in March and returned to in-person learning in April. In anticipation of the 2021-2022 school year, Birmingham City Schools currently offer vaccinations...

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