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Historically, when it comes achieving results in student learning, it’s the teachers, school, and even districts, that have been held accountable.
Learning gaps are far from a novel concept. For generations, when students have fallen behind, it’s been common to refer to learning gaps as the reason.
Our teaching philosophies express our values and beliefs about teaching.
It’s finally summer. And after a turbulent school year for students across the country—and the world—we all want to let out a huge sigh of relief and simply relax.
Students with special needs are a highly diverse group.
Starting in March, Schoology began doing weekly Distance Learning Meet-ups on Fridays to help our users adapt to the sudden shift to learning (and teaching) at home. Each week, a “spotlight educato
As education leaders devise plans to potentially reopen schools in the fall, logistics are still unpredictable at best.
School buildings are closed, students are learning at home, and parents must now step into the roles of teachers. It’s easy to get overwhelmed.