Teacher shortages are reaching epidemic proportions. Fewer people with state-required credentials are available to teach, and surveys suggest that almost half are considering leaving the profession. To
People are talking more and more about education today. Whether you hear something on the news, talk about some college scandal, or discuss the rise of college debt, we all know that change needs to happen
It can be risky to look to other countries’ education systems for models. Nevertheless, two recent news stories from abroad raise doubts about prevailing American views on how students learn. Too often,
Over the last several decades, psychologists have unearthed a wealth of evidence on how children learn. But for three basic reasons, it’s proven hard to translate that evidence into classroom practice.
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‘Show us that you care’: a student’s view on what makes a perfect teacher Ofsted has its own ideas about outstanding lessons, but what young people love about teachers is quite different The perfect teacher.
The Common Core literacy standards were intended to shift instruction toward building knowledge and away from illusory reading comprehension “skills.” But many teachers have stuck with “skills” and added
Beneath the spread of all “fake news,” misinformation, disinformation, digital falsehoods and foreign influence lies society’s failure to teach its citizenry information literacy: how to think critically