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Five Tips for Teaching College Level Study Skills

Colleges and universities increasingly recognize the importance of implementing support programs beyond financial assistance to ensure the retention and academic success of underrepresented students. These...

School Is No Place for Hate: Implementing ADL’s Yearlong Anti-Bias Education Initiative

In 2018, the number of hate crimes in America were the highest they had been in 16 years, according to an annual report released...

Co-Teaching: A Best Practice that Benefits Emergent Bilinguals and Entire Classrooms

The practice of co-teaching, in which educators collaborate on both the planning and delivery of classroom instruction, has become a popular educational model for...

Technology for Students with Learning Challenges

One in five children in the U.S. has a learning disability or attention deficit disorder, according to the National Center for Learning Disabilities. Furthermore,...

Activists and Researchers Say School Dress Codes Unfairly Target African American Girls

Controversies over school dress codes and whether they hold boys and girls to different standards are nothing new, but some young activists are drawing...

The Path to Leadership for Women in Independent Schools

A Conversation with Aléwa Cooper Editor’s note: Lisa Lovering is president of Educator’s Ally, an educators’ recruitment and placement agency based in New York City....
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