How the end of this school year can help jumpstart next year

District leaders can act now to guide teachers through several steps of collaboration that will help them better understand the students who will be in their classrooms in the fall.

Can AI be used safely in education? Yes, but we need new guidelines

With many educators relying more and more on artificial intelligence in and around the classroom, a coalition of prominent edtech organizations—called TeachAI—is developing best practices for safer use of the rapidly advancing technology.

Improving the Effectiveness of PLCs

Thursday, May 25 at 2 pm ET

In this webinar, experts in PLC implementation will outline some practical strategies to improve the effectiveness of these collaborative communities in any school or district.

6 ways to prevent de-professionalization from devaluing great teachers

If your teachers are isolating from colleagues or expressing sentiments like "just tell me what you want me to do" and "it doesn't matter," you have a de-professionalization problem.

400 principals descend on Congress this week in pursuit of funding

Hundreds of school leaders are in the nation's capital today advocating for increased federal funding to expand mental health counseling and fill staff vacancies.

How to tackle teacher vacancies: 3 big topics and dozens of tools

This toolkit of well-tested talent management practices and innovative ideas will guide leaders in creating collaboration time, conducting empathy interviews and developing grow-your-own programs, among other solutions.

Speaking out: Mentoring and 4 other paths that lead to more diverse school leadership

Among other insights, educators revealed that when they were students, the teachers and leaders of color they connected with were essential to their decision to pursue a career in education.

3 keys for organizing professional events that will move PD forward

We are seeing school leaders take action on professional events to support educators as they work diligently to bring students up to speed following 2020.

1 in 4 schools suffered cyberattacks last year as teachers bemoan lack of training

Cybersecurity instruction for educators appears to be lagging even as a large majority of districts are spending more to fight off ransomware and other cyberattacks. 

Why nourishing the whole teacher is one of the critical issues in education

I propose we add teacher preparation and retention to the list of critical issues in education and place them high on that list.

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