Teens with adverse childhood experiences who played team sports in middle school and high school were significantly less likely to receive anxiety or depression diagnoses
Best Practice: Why Resources Matter
Tate, E. (2019, May 28). Despite Poor Performance, Virtual School Enrollment Continues to Grow – EdSurge News. Retrieved July 1, 2019.
Enrollment in virtual schools continues to grow, but research by the nonprofit National Education Policy Center finds such programs may be less effective than traditional
Klein, A. (2019, May 28). Online Credit Recovery Fuels Higher Grad Rates, But Learning Suffers, Report Finds. Retrieved May 29, 2019.
Schools are increasingly turning to online-only credit recovery courses to help students who have fallen behind in their regular classes graduate on time. The good
Barshay, J. (2019, May 27). Inside the Reardon-Hanushek clash over 50 years of achievement gaps. Retrieved May 29, 2019.
Stanford scholars disagree about academic gaps between rich and poor students.
Strauss, V. (2019, May 22). Report: The effect chronic stress has on children at school – and why policymakers should care. Retrieved May 29, 2019.
Educators and policymakers could help close the achievement gap by addressing “toxic stress” among students, according to a report co-published by the Economic Policy Institute
Ferlazzo, L. (2019, May 20). Response: Strategies for ‘Trauma-Informed Teaching’. Retrieved May 29, 2019.
What is trauma-informed teaching and what does it look like in the classroom?
Barnum, M. (2019, May 20). This school district outsourced many of its high school courses to an online program. But it’s not clear students are learning. Retrieved May 29, 2019.
Taking high-school courses online may help students graduate, but it may not help them learn, according to a study of students at 18 Milwaukee schools.
Research shows that the further one lives from a public college or university, the less likely the person is to pursue a degree, a fact
Annie Griffin, principal of Tongue River Elementary School in Ranchester, Wyo., founded Project GIFT to encourage young children in her community to read. The program
Belkin, D. (2019, May 16). SAT to Give Students ‘Adversity Score’ to Capture Social and Economic Background. Retrieved May 20, 2019.
The College Board will roll out a new initiative that applies an adversity score to SAT exam results, starting this fall, following a successful beta