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Resources to Frame Discussions of COVID-19

Apr 24, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has many of us thinking about infectious disease, and how our individual choices affect the health and welfare of our communities.

Free K-12 Educational Resources (online and for noncommercial broadcasting)

Mar 27, 2020
A message for K-12 teachers, students, parents and guardians: We hope that you are staying safe. While schools are closed due to the coronavirus (COVID-19), many of you will be looking for online materials so that your students can continue learning while at home.

Games for Change Student Challenge Los Angeles 2019 Celebration!

Jun 04, 2019
View the list of student finalists and winners in the Games for Change Student Challenge Los Angeles 2019 competition.

Teacher Appreciation: Defying Gravity- Teachers Who Keep Reaching

Apr 29, 2019

By Lilly Strieder (guest contributor) When I think of the teachers that have inspired both me and my education, two…

Technology and the Developing Brain

May 08, 2018

Guest post by Gretel Galo. As technological advances like Alexaâ„¢ continue to enhance the capacities of the smart home, parents,…

How can schools prepare for discussions of controversial issues? (Part II)

Sep 10, 2014

In Part I of this post series, we looked at the reasons why schools should allow discussions of controversial issues.…

Should schools allow discussions of controversial issues? (Part I)

Sep 04, 2014

[OP-ED] On Saturday, August 9 in Ferguson, Mo., a police officer fatally shot Michael Brown, a young black man, sparking…

Have You Flipped Your Classroom Yet?

Feb 24, 2014

In January 2014, CBS News produced a feature story on the flipped classroom, thrusting the model even further into mainstream…