Educational Policy

Mar
17

For some kids, remote learning will continue this fall. Can schools make it better?

“Online learning as a standalone, as the only model that a student is accessing for instruction, is not working for the vast majority of our children.” Superintendents across the country are grappling with the same question as they look ahead to the fall: How will they teach students whose families choose to keep them home? […]

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Mar
09

NYC high school buildings will reopen in March. Sports are set to resume in April.

“NYC high school buildings will reopen in March. Sports are set to resume in April.” New York City high school students will begin returning to their campuses on March 22, and athletes will rejoin their teams in April for a sports season that has been extended through the summer, the city’s education department announced Monday. […]

By John Russo | Blog . Educational Policy
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Mar
09

NYC evaluation deal dials back teacher observations to account for pandemic

“NYC evaluation deal dials back teacher observations to account for pandemic” New York City officials are pressing forward with plans to evaluate educators this school year, after reaching a deal with union leaders that will reduce the minimum number of observations administrators must conduct and tweak the way student assessment data is used. The changes […]

By John Russo | Blog . Educational Policy
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Mar
09

Want big advances from students and schools? Invest in principals, says new research

School principals, who rank second only to teachers in influencing how well students learn in school, matter even more than previously believed, according to major new research. In fact, replacing a below-average principal with an above-average one will result in an additional three months of learning in math and reading annually for the average student, […]

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Mar
04

Schools must still give standardized tests this year, but won’t be held accountable for results

Schools must still give standardized tests this year, but may use modifications, and won’t be held accountable for the results. The Biden administration said Monday that states must administer federally required standardized tests this year, but schools won’t be held accountable for the results — and states could give shorter, remote, or delayed versions of […]

By John Russo | Blog . Educational Policy . news
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Oct
28

Bias-Based Beliefs in Education

This interactive seminar, presented by Dr. Gary Knight, focused on Bias-Based Beliefs in Pedagogy and School Practice Research highlights the relevance of bias, both implicit and explicit as operating in school settings. There are three types of bias-based beliefs relevant for leaders to understand: (1) colorblindness; (2) deficit thinking; and (3) poverty disciplining. Based on […]

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Sep
23

The Art of Gathering for School Leaders

___________________________________ The Art of Gathering for School Leaders by Niña Caballero After reading Priya Parker’s “The Art of Gathering, How we Meet and Why it Matters”, I reflected on my own daily interactions. I wanted to start thinking about every ‘meeting’ as an invitation to gather intentionally- a coffee date with a friend, dinner with […]

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Aug
31

Race & Justice: Fertile Ground for Educators to Effectuate Meaningful Change

Interactive Seminar Recap CITE is presenting a series of workshops for educators. Last week, we shared this one from Dr. Gassaway: Race & Justice: Fertile Ground for Educators to Effectuate Meaningful Change. In today’s social climate we need material that will give us the tools to engage with tough problems for today and future generations. […]

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