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Strategies to Embed Social-Emotional Learning in Schools

In an EdSurge article, Giancarlo Brotto makes a strong case for why the future of education depends on social-emotional learning, which he sees as a critical indicator to predict college and career readiness. He writes, "social and emotional abilities are said to be indicators...

source: By Brian Stack
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The justification for gifted education is simple: Academically advanced children should be given work at their speed and level, both to nurture their talents and prevent them from becoming bored and disruptive in class. Everything else — from how to define and identify...

source: Education Week

The students paraded through hugs and high-fives from staff, who danced as Sister Sledge's "We Are Family" blared through the hallways. They were showered with compliments as they walked through a buffet of breakfast foods....

source: The New York Times

My daughter is a very bright first grader, excelling at both reading and math well beyond her grade level. Because of this, she has become quite bored and disengaged with school, and has even asked if I could teach her at home full time (not currently a viable option). The...

source: Slate Magazine

An independent filmmaker from San Francisco traveled all the way to San Luis to answer one question: who gets to be gifted in America and why? Marc Smolowitz is the director and executive producer at 13th Gen, the company behind a documentary called "The G Word." Smolowitz...

source: KYMA-DT

The National Center for Research on Gifted Education (NCRGE) at the University of Connecticut, in Phase I of a rigorous research agenda, examined how academically-gifted students are identified and served in three states in order to provide systematic information for the...

source: Institute of Education Sciences

Earlier this month, Education Lab asked readers to send us their questions about nontraditional students — a catchall for students who don't speak English at home, recent immigrants and refugees, homeless students, gifted...

source: The Seattle Times


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