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The Kansas City Beacon

Maria Benevento

2 July 2021

Kansas City, Kansas, United States

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Restorative discipline in classrooms is allowing students to focus on building relationships and repairing harm instead of suffering punishments. The practice prioritizes communication in an effort to emphasize commun...

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Mikayla Temple

25 May 2021

East Lansing, Michigan, United States

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Many parents and community members lobbied the Okemos School Board, which approved a name change for the public schools’ mascot from one that objectifies and stereotypes Native Americans to one that promotes a positiv...

The Philadelphia Citizen

Jane M. Von Bergen

17 May 2021

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, United States

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A relatively new approach to teaching elementary school students called "The Science of Reading," is upending the way teachers approach curriculum. This pedagogical system places equal emphasis on auditory learning as...

AL.com (Alabama Media Group)

Trisha Powell Crain

28 April 2021

Madison, Alabama, United States

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Across Alabama, districts are using summer school breaks as a chance to bridge learning gaps for elementary school students who struggled to adjust to remote schooling or didn’t get as much face time with teachers dur...

San Diego Union-Tribune

Kristen Taketa

23 April 2021

San Diego, California, United States

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A teacher in San Diego took matters into her own hands when she couldn't find a social justice curriculum tailored to students with disabilities. That’s partly why she created what she calls the “Social Justice League...

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Christine Herman

22 April 2021

Chicago, Illinois, United States

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Students' mental health is becoming a higher priority for schools across the U.S. At Hernandez Middle School in Chicago, each day starts with a check-in from their teacher, along with a mindfulness lesson and other us...

Christian Science Monitor

Chelsea Sheasley

20 April 2021

Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States

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Washburn High School in Minneapolis is taking a different approach for in-school safety, one that doesn't rely on a police presence. The school district ended its contract with the Minneapolis Police Department and re...

Idaho Education News

Sami Edge

15 April 2021

Lapwai, Idaho, United States

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The Lawpwai School District in Idaho has taken a different approach to behavioral health. This new approach includes focusing on teaching positive behavior expectations, partnering with agencies to make on-site the...

Chalkbeat

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Jacqueline Neber

14 April 2021

New York, New York, United States

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At the onset of the pandemic some families resorted to learning pods to keep their kids on track, but this option was not accessible for lower income families. In Brooklyn, schools, churches, and community groups are ...

Idaho Education News

Sami Edge

14 April 2021

Idaho, United States

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The Connect program in Cassia, Idaho is making it easier for students experiencing mental health crises to get help. Students are able to call a phone number, which also has Spanish interpreters, where they can receiv...

Idaho Education News

Sami Edge

13 April 2021

Nampa, Idaho, United States

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In-school therapy is an increasingly popular mental health support in Idaho schools. Through a partnership with local agencies, therapists are available at schools and are able to set appointments with students, witho...

The 74

Asher Lehrer-Small

12 April 2021

Rhode Island, United States

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The "TA to BA" fellowship is Rhode Island program is helping veteran TAs become full-time teachers while diversifying the workforce. Through the program, fellows enroll in college classes and are able to present their...

The Fresno Bee

Ashleigh Panoo

12 April 2021

Fresno, California, United States

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The Reconnect Program in Fresno is helping college students pick up where they left off. The program is aimed at former students close to completing their degrees, but who left or paused their studies. Although the pr...

OU Daily

Jillian Taylor

7 April 2021

Oklahoma, United States

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It took almost 100 years to expand education curriculum in Oklahoma to make significantly expand teaching about the Tulsa Race Massacre of 1921. Although the social studies standards in Oklahoma are updated every six ...

Dallas Morning News

Talia Richman

2 April 2021

Richardson, Texas, United States

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Schools in the Richardson Independent School District of Texas are updating the methods and measurements they've used to identify gifted students. One way is by testing all second and sixth graders in the district, wh...

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Tylar Norman

22 March 2021

Athens, Georgia, United States

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Georgia Daze is a student-led organization at the University of Georgia actively working to increase the Black student population on campus by focusing efforts on Black student applicants. Through biannual recruitment...

The Fresno Bee

Ashleigh Panoo

19 March 2021

Reedley, California, United States

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For many college students, the cost of a textbook is often cost-prohibitive and instructors are looking at ways to address that. At Reedley College in California, instructors are curating their own teaching content th...

Dallas Morning News

Emily Donaldson

16 March 2021

Grapevine, Texas, United States

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iUniversity Prep, part of the Grapevine-Colleyville Independent School District, has consistently outperformed the state in student outcomes in Texas. The school has existed for over a decade and has found success by ...

The Hechinger Report

Danielle Dreilinger

16 March 2021

Chicago, Illinois, United States

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U-46, Chicago's second-largest school district faced a legal suit in 2005 for discrimination of Hispanic students in its gifted programs and is now setting an example for how programs can be upended for good. By 2018 ...

Dallas Morning News

Nicolette White

14 March 2021

Charlotte, Texas, United States

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Future Focused Texas is a new initiatiative aiming to assist college-bound seniors and college students by providing assistance through a suite of resources and making it available to counselors and mentors. The initi...

The 74

Asher Lehrer-Small

9 March 2021

Colorado, United States

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The Cherry Creek School district is using apprenticeships to create a more racially diverse pipeline of K-12 educators in Colorado. High school juniors and seniors are paid to participate in the apprenticeship, and ar...

The Reader

Leah Cates

8 March 2021

Nebraska, United States

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Students and educators in Nebraska are driving the change to change history curriculum to reflect history that places more emphasis on the narratives on indigenous and marginalized peoples. Students are emphasizing of...

The 74

Patrick O'Donnell

7 March 2021

Cleveland, Ohio, United States

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In order to address high rates of student absences, administrators at Shaw High School in East Cleveland had to make an extreme decision—bring all students back to the classroom two days a week amid the pandemic, unle...

The 74

Bekah McNeel

3 March 2021

San Antonio, Texas, United States

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Middle school teachers in San Antonio, Texas, have resorted to home visits and "nudging," meaning they leave notices for parents at the door with information about consequences, at the first sign of students disengagi...

The 74

Taylor Swaak

28 February 2021

Washington, District of Columbia, United States

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Principals in the D.C. area have developed tailored approaches to rebuild trust with families who are wary of letting their children return to in-person classes amid the pandemic. These approaches include close, const...

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