Educators share ways to address student behavioral issues, support teachers

As the new academic year begins, EdSource held a roundtable on Aug. 18 on how teachers and administrators can best handle students’ behavioral issues after experiencing isolation and other disruptions brought on by the pandemic. Panelists recalled behaviors they observed during 2021–22 and how they’re […]

How two states are creating educator pipelines

While states approach many issues differently, one being handled with great care, innovation and urgency throughout the country is the shortage of K-12 educators. During the Education Commission of the States’ Aug. 10 webinar “Partnering For Success: Addressing Shortages Across the Teacher Pipeline,” Nevada’s Superintendent […]

Panel discusses resources needed for state’s math framework

“A well-written framework is but one component to raising math achievement,” said EdSource editor-at-large John Fensterwald during July 28 webinar by the organization on California’s math framework. Good teachers who foster positive mindsets, well-written materials that engage all learners and equal access to courses that […]

Asian American educators share experiences for AAPI Month webinar

A panel of educators shared their affirming experiences in the field, ways they worked to create inclusive environments and challenges they’ve encountered during a webinar, Learning in community with Asian American educators,” hosted by the UCLA Center for the Transformation of Schools on May 25 […]

U.S. Department of Education officials highlight funding and partnership opportunities to address teacher shortages

States and K-12 and university systems must work together to bolster preparation efforts to address the teacher shortage, officials said during an April 7 webinar hosted by the U.S. Department of Education (Education Department), which emphasized ways in which federal funding can be leveraged to […]