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Mathematics From Our Research Center Top 10 Challenges to Teaching Math and Science Using Real Problems
Teachers cite lack of time and insufficient professional development as barriers to teaching STEM using a problem-solving approach.
Alyson Klein, May 30, 2024
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 Conceptual photo of of a young boy studying mathematics using fingers in primary school.
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Mathematics From Our Research Center Teachers Are Evenly Divided on the Best Way to Teach Math
Educators are divided as to whether students learn math best through procedures or from solving real-world problems.
Alyson Klein, May 30, 2024
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College & Workforce Readiness From Our Research Center Are Real-World Problem-Solving Skills Essential for Students?
Ensuring students' career readiness is a top priority for districts.
Lauraine Langreo, May 29, 2024
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Science From Our Research Center Educators: Start Early to Keep Students Engaged in STEM
The ҹѰ Research Center asked teachers, principals, and district leaders how to motivate kids to pursue STEM learning.
Kevin Bushweller, May 28, 2024
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A Black woman is standing on a ladder and looking into the distance with binoculars, in the background is an ascending arrow.
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School & District Management From Our Research Center Principal Salaries: The Gap Between Expectation and Reality
Exclusive survey data indicate a gap between the expectations and the realities of principal pay.
Olina Banerji, May 20, 2024
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Illustration of a large, sinking iceberg forming the letters "AI" as a business professional stands on the tip of the iceberg that remains above water with his hands on his hips and looking out into the large sea.
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Classroom Technology From Our Research Center The AI Classroom Hype Is All Wrong, Some Educators Say
Amid all the encouragement to try the technology, there are plenty of educators who don’t plan to start.
Lauraine Langreo, May 14, 2024
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School & District Management From Our Research Center Here's What Superintendents Think They Should Be Paid
A new survey asks school district leaders whether they're paid fairly.
Caitlynn Peetz, May 14, 2024
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Older student facing the city, younger version is being swept away.
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Special Education From Our Research Center What Happens for High Schoolers Who Need More Than 4 Years?
Districts work to serve older students longer than four years to plan for a changing career world.
Sarah D. Sparks, May 13, 2024
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Classroom Technology From Our Research Center How Educators Are Using AI to Do Their Jobs
Educators are slowly experimenting with AI tools in a variety of ways, according to ҹѰ Research Center survey data.
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Student Well-Being From Our Research Center How Much High Schoolers Think Their Educators Care About Them
An ҹѰ Research Center survey asked high school students how much the adults in their schools care about them.
Arianna Prothero, April 26, 2024
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Classroom Technology From Our Research Center Should Teachers Disclose When They Use AI?
Some experts say being transparent could could help model appropriate AI use.
Lauraine Langreo, April 26, 2024
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Audrey Wright, right, quizzes fellow members of the Peace Warriors group at Chicago's North Lawndale College Prep High School on Thursday, April 19, 2018. Wright, who is a junior and the group's current president, was asking the students, from left, freshmen Otto Lewellyn III and Simone Johnson and sophomore Nia Bell, about a symbol used in the group's training on conflict resolution and team building. The students also must memorize and regularly recite the Rev. Martin Luther King's "Six Principles of Nonviolence."
A group of students at Chicago's North Lawndale College Prep High School participates in a training on conflict resolution and team building on Thursday, April 19, 2018. Nearly half of educators in a recent ҹѰ Research Center survey said their schools are using restorative justice more now than they did five years ago.
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School Climate & Safety From Our Research Center How Much Educators Say They Use Suspensions, Expulsions, and Restorative Justice
With student behavior a top concern among educators now, a new survey points to many schools using less exclusionary discipline.
Caitlynn Peetz, April 19, 2024
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Teaching Profession From Our Research Center Here's What Teachers Think Their Salaries Should Be
Superintendents and principals also gave the salaries they think they deserve.
Madeline Will, April 19, 2024
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Budget & Finance From Our Research Center Costs, Concerns, & Calls for Clarity in K-12 Finance
The second annual Allovue Education Finance Survey examines educators' views about school funding.
Holly Kurtz, April 10, 2024
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