Education Week - June 13, 2018 - 3
VOL. 37, NO. 35
JUNE 13, 2018
What is social-emotional learning?
How can schools get teachers
to understand the concepts and
weave them into everyday classroom
instruction? And can educators know
whether the strategies are working?
Reporter Evie Blad explains.
A busy high school
principal turns to a
model to support
Brandon Thibodeaux for Education Week
Inspiring Students to
Become Active Citizens
Try to imagine what actions you
can take to change your world.
That's what Chicago middle school
students are asked to think about
during a hands-on civics lesson.
Coach observes the teacher
teaching the lesson.
Post-Observation Planning Conference (20-45
1 DIGITAL DIRECTIONS:
K-12 Schools Get Hit Hard by Hacking
18 Maggie Norris:
A Team Approach to Problem-Solving
1 States Still Strain To Find One Path
19 Diane Caldwell:
An Instructional Coach Builds Trust
1 In San Francisco, a Bold Effort
To De-Track Algebra
21 Sarah Menn:
A New Coach Finds Her Footing
1 Gifted Resources Scarce in Alaska
24 Emily Moyes:
A Young Teacher Embraces Honest Feedback
6 To Improve Math Teaching,
Coaches Get Ongoing Lessons
7 More High Schools Found
To Have Low Graduation Rates
GOVERNMENT & POLITICS
14 DeVos Goes Before Senators
In Wide-Ranging Hearing
See where your state stands when
it comes to per-pupil spending.
Amounts are adjusted for regional
cost differences and capture
factors like teacher and staff
salaries, classroom spending,
25 Ron Myers:
A Busy Principal Empowers His Teachers
4 News in Brief
4 Report Roundup
23 TopSchoolJobs Recruitment Marketplace
14 Emotion Meets Policy
At School-Safety Panel
16 Abuse Allegations Lead District
To Drop Head Start Grant
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