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Posted May 5, 2021

EXPLAINED: The Truth About Critical Race Theory and How It Shows Up in Your Child’s Classroom

What is critical race theory? Critical race theory (sometimes abbreviated to CRT) is an intellectual approach to looking at U.S. society with a belief that racism…

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Posted Apr. 30, 2021

Politicizing Critical Race Theory Is Meant to Keep Public Education Oppressive, Biased and Basic

Make this make sense for me: Kids are too young to learn critical race theory and their role in dismantling systems of white supremacy in…

By Tanesha Peeples

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Posted Jan. 30, 2019

Forget Implicit Bias, Let’s Talk about Explicit Bias in Education

Last month I kicked off a training on ways to use language as an asset to unleash the critical thinking potential of English learners with…

By Colin Seale

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Posted Nov. 5, 2018

Those Teachers in Idaho Destroyed Any Trust Parents Had in Their Teachers

Will the parents of my Mexican students ever look at me the same after Halloween in Middleton, Idaho? On Friday, I had an awesome day…

By Brett Bigham

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Posted Nov. 2, 2017

Students Don’t Just Have a Voice at This School, They’re Calling the Shots

I recently had the privilege of spending a couple of days at One Stone, a tuition-free independent high school in Boise, Idaho. I’ve visited countless…

By Alan Gottlieb

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Posted June 20, 2016

Making Sure Investments in New Schools Serve Students That Need It Most

Ask anyone who lives in Boise and they’ll either proudly or wearily tell you that the region is growing. This is true for the area’s…

By Angel Gonzalez

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Posted Jan. 29, 2016

Helping Charter Schools Find Student Success Beyond Academics

We recognize the importance of education, but what many may not recognize is the importance of certain skills and habits that are not commonly taught in today’s education system. In an era of emphasis on common standards and standardized testing, core subject areas can become the sole focus of a child’s daily instruction. To succeed in life, however, students need more than just book smarts. They also need instruction in social-emotional…

By Ryan Van Alfen, Jason Kotter

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Posted Aug. 3, 2015

Rising to the Challenge of New Tests

Every parent knows that kids must be challenged to be well prepared for life’s tests. The worst thing a parent can do is lower expectations…

By Peter Cunningham

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Posted May 12, 2021

The Emergency Broadband Benefit and How to Make Sure It Reaches Families Who Need It

What is the FCC’s Emergency Broadband Benefit program? On May 12, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) launched the Emergency Broadband Benefit (EBB) program to help…

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Posted May 12, 2021

COVID-19 Impacts Graduating Seniors’ Postsecondary Choices. Here’s How We Can Help.

Once a happy inflection point for many young people, high school graduation—and what comes next—is now chaotic. COVID-19 has dramatically raised the barriers to accessing…

By Lina Bankert

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Posted May 11, 2021

Will We Finally Tap The Learning Expertise That Is Present in Oft-Overlooked Communities?

Talk of an education “recovery” to address student “learning loss” is here, often with a focus on expanded summer learning programs, high-dose tutoring and expanded…

By Naomi N. Shelton, Karega Rausch

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