In the first two parts of this four-part series, we explored critical thinking and communication. Collaboration is the next topic we will explore. Any teacher who has tried putting students into groups to work together without first setting up guidelines knows that group...
Each Year NAESP recognizes the outstanding efforts of student councils from across the country with the ASCA Student Council Excellence Award. This prestigious award has honored excellence in leadership, citizenship and community service since 1987. NAESP is proud to announce...
Experience is the best teacher. This is the thinking behind a recent partnership between NAESP and Ed Leadership SIMs to provide professional learning simulations for elementary school principals and administrators across the country.
A report released finds that most states are lagging behind when it comes to meeting recommendations for physical education. In fact, the 2016 Shape of the Nation report found that only Iowa and the District of Columbia require the amount...
In Science, Technology, Engineering and Math news, the National Center for Science Education discusses how while some modern science classrooms have state-of-the-art instructional technology but no money for basic supplies. According to NCSE's Emily Schoerning, a recent...
Two years after three-quarters of the state's largest school districts combined classes for transitional kindergarten and kindergarten, most districts are now creating separate classes for the younger children. An EdSource...
Aside from some hearings and the confirmation of Secretary of Education John B. King Jr., Congress has not been particularly busy on the K-12 front since it passed the Every Student Succeeds Act late last year. But there are congressional elections this year, and some of...
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