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Texas educators propose slavery be taught as ‘involuntary relocation’

Second-grade classes in Texas would use the term “involuntary relocation” to describe slavery under a new proposed social studies standard…

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Health

Sex Education Update in Texas Still Lacking, Say Some Students and Educators

Elena Rivera, KERA Cali Byrd is a junior at Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts…

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Education

Engines of Equality or Educators of the Elite?

The Scope of the Issue: Inequality by the Numbers Education is often seen as a vital engine of social mobility…

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20 Clark County educators get $5K at Heart of Education Awards

Ella Nava arrived late to The Smith Center for the Performing Arts on Friday when she found out she was…

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Education

Students, parents, educators: What should Tony Watlington, Philadelphia’s new superintendent, know about your school?

Starting in June, Philadelphia will have its first new superintendent of schools in a decade. The school board announced Friday…

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Education

CRT laws are disheartening, but TN students say they trust educators to teach the truth

State legislation limiting how teachers can discuss topics like institutional racism and white privilege has thrown a damper on critical…

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Education

Students and educators attend PIE Live 2022

The in-person event, which ran March 21- 22, opened with a discussion about the shape of the sector, hosted by…

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Education

Five Illinois educators on reimagining how schools support mental health

The pandemic’s traumas and isolation spurred a mental health crisis among children — and an unprecedented reckoning about the role…

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Education

‘Hit the reset button’: Year-round school research is mixed, but educators say breaks can prevent burnout

Superintendent Joris Ray grabbed Memphis parents and students’ attention last month when he floated the idea of year-round schools. It…

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Education

Allowing teachers to use sick days for mental health could lessen burnout for Illinois educators

Teachers like English teacher Briana Morales worked overtime to support their students through two years of disruptions and emotional upheaval…

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