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STEM

A Teacher’s Guide to AI: Demystifying Tech for the Classroom

Many teachers feel exhausted at the end of the academic year, emotionally and physically. There is so much for a teacher to do that has nothing to do with teaching. This is why it's worth trying to...

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anti-racism

Anti-Racism and Cultural Affirmation Went Viral in 2023

What goes viral for an audience says much about what they care about. Ed Post's readers and viewers stopped their scrolling for issues such as student success, anti-racism education and advocacy,...

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CRT

Top 2023 Articles Spotlighted Culturally Relevant Curriculum

At the end of another trip around the sun, a review of the most-read articles published by Ed Post reveals that educators and advocates are working on issues that have been top of mind for years....

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ARE TODAY’S “CLASSROOM KARENS” JUST THE CURRENT VERSION OF JANE CROWS - WHITE WOMEN WHO SUPPORTED SCHOOL SEGREGATION?

Provocative Ed Post Series ‘Jane Crow: Then and Now’ Examines the Troubling Activities, Histories of White Women and Our Schools NEW YORK CITY— November 17, 2022 — White women are organizing around...

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California

Across Colors Ep. 2: Oh, It’s Both of Y’all!

Episode Summary Tanzina heads to Oakland where a battle over how to teach students essential skills like reading has emerged. Some educators say methods for teaching students to read have long been...

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Social Emotional Learning

Parents Know SEL Is Key to Kids' Success. That's Why They Want It in Schools.

In May, the Committee for Children and the Benenson Strategy Group released a poll that found the majority of parents support social-emotional learning (SEL) in the classroom. That’s a far cry from...

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