Features

AI Can Strengthen Student Writing, Not Weaken It

ChatGPT, a revolutionary chatbot technology, is sparking controversy, debate, and even citywide bans. New York City’s education department recently prohibited the chatbot’s use in...

Keying In K–12 Equity

This is the fourth school year educators, students, families, and administrators will be impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. While recent data from NWEA shows...

Can Teaching English Like Spanish Close the Achievement Gap?

If you have even a passing knowledge of Spanish, you know the ns in montaña are different. You can see it. But English isn’t...

Open Doors Report

The Open Doors 2022 Report on International Educational Exchange, released last month by the US Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs...

Literacy

Young Readers Struggle in Different Ways

Many children struggle to learn to read, and studies have shown that students from a lower socioeconomic status (SES) background are more likely to...

Can Teaching English Like Spanish Close the Achievement Gap?

If you have even a passing knowledge of Spanish, you know the ns in montaña are different. You can see it. But English isn’t...

Early Childhood Programs Failing English Learners

A policy brief from the Migration Policy...

Identifying Equitable Intervention

For multilingual learners struggling academically or with...

World Language News

Canada Settles Cultural and Linguistic ‘Genocide’ Suit

Canada has agreed to pay out C$2.8bn ($2.09bn) to settle a decade-long lawsuit seeking reparations for the loss of language and indigenous culture caused...

Campaign Seeks to Silence Indigenous Voice in Australian Parliament

An Australian group has launched a campaign against a scheduled referendum to allow Indigenous Australians a voice in parliament, claiming it would not fully...

Sanskrit Code Cracked by PhD Student

A 2500 year old grammatical problem has finally been solved by PhD student Rishi Rajpopat at the University of Cambridge. A grammatical rule by...

AI Can Strengthen Student Writing, Not Weaken It

ChatGPT, a revolutionary chatbot technology, is sparking controversy, debate, and even citywide bans. New York City’s education department recently prohibited the chatbot’s use in...

Resources

Novakid Grows Rapidly

Novakid, one of Europe’s leading online English platforms for children, increased its presence in the Asia-Pacific region and conducted 2.8 million lessons in the...

Languages

Swedish AI Models Preserve 500 Years of History

The National Library of Sweden is harnessing AI technology developed by NVIDIA to preserve almost half a millennium of literature in digital form. The library,...

Arabic Teaching Hub Opens in Abu Dhabi

Zayed University in Abu Dhabi has launched an Arabic education hub to help the Emirates’ drive to encourage wider use of the language. The...

French-Speaking World Connects in Tunisia

The 18th Summit of La Francophonie, held in Djerba, Tunisia, last month, attracted national leaders from an array of French-speaking countries who worked together...

Keying In K–12 Equity

This is the fourth school year educators, students, families, and administrators will be impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. While recent data from NWEA shows...

Professional Development

The Key to Reducing Teacher Burnout

Teachers play an incredibly important role: educating the young people who will one day shape our world. Yet 90% of educators say burnout is...

Collaborative Planning: Never Having to Go It Alone

This experience gave me the opportunity to...

SLU and BloomBoard Collaborate to Help Paraprofessionals Get Certified

Saint Louis University (SLU) School of Education and BloomBoard have partnered to develop collaborative strategies with school districts and educational leaders to enhance the...

Content, Language, and Culture Learning Targets

Lesson planning is a political act. Schools in...

Graduating Options

As a high school teacher, I am often...
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