Category: Education

Summer Learning Programs Struggle — and Devise Solutions — as Staff Shortages Persist

It’s summer season, and the educational isn’t simple. That’s largely as a result of the widespread staffing shortages that plagued the 2021-22 faculty 12 months have stretched into summer time programming, which, in lots of instances, depends on licensed faculty lecturers to enroll to proceed working with college students. However lecturers are exhausted. They could […]

As ISTE Edtech Conference Kicks Off, A Call For ‘A Major Infusion of Joy’

The schooling panorama appears quite a bit totally different than when educators final gathered in individual for ISTE’s annual convergence of classroom tech aficionados. A lot in order that CEO Richard Culatta thinks of occasions in two classes: B.C. and A.D. That’s “Earlier than COVID” and “After Illness,” he stated Sunday from a New Orleans […]

Teaching the Truth about George Floyd — and Our History

  Following the homicide of George Floyd two years in the past, we noticed a nationwide mobilization that challenged the beliefs and establishments that sanctioned the habits of his assassin and accomplices. But regardless of nationwide protests, monetary commitments from company America, legislative pushes, and bias coaching—police killings and the disproportionate burden borne by Black […]

Colleges Are Losing Students. Is That A Growth Opportunity For Coursera?

  Nowadays, faculties are discovering it exhausting to maintain college students coming by their doorways. In what’s been described as the most important decline in a half-century, faculties have seen two-year enrollment losses of 5.1 % or about 938,000 college students, based on distinguished estimates, which researchers describe as “horrifying.” For college leaders, meaning a […]

‘We’re Sounding the Alarm Bells’: Head Start Report Underscores Workforce Crisis

Earlier this month, as hundreds of early childhood educators and advocates gathered in Baltimore for the 2022 Nationwide Head Begin Annual Convention, attendees exchanged first-hand accounts and anecdotes from the sphere, sharing what the final couple of years have been like for them and what it’s like proper now. Tommy Sheridan, the deputy director of […]

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