Busy week? We’re here to help. From teacher innovation to parent engagement, here are the stories we’ve been reading in the past seven days.
Dr. Cederick Ellis talks to EdSurge about the four steps he took to catalyze change and support teacher innovation within a strict state accountability system.
How do we bridge the cultural divide between black students and predominately white teachers? Research from Binghamton University suggests the answer lies with bringing black parents into school settings.
Child mental health problems are now recognized as a public concern. PeerJ takes a systematic review of predictors and strategies to increase engagement in key parenting programs.
“It’s one thing to talk about changing the way you teach, and another to actually try a new approach in the classroom.” Special needs high school teacher, Jill Koenemann looks at how project-based learning helps special needs students collaborate and connect.