Monthly Archives: December 2018

RT @hechingerreport: Personalized learni

RT @hechingerreport: Personalized learning gives students a sense of control over chaotic lives

RT @caselorg: Education Week opinion: Th

RT @caselorg: Education Week opinion: The five success skills every student should master—very similar to the CASEL 5.

Digital tools — while not the answer to

Digital tools — while not the answer to inspiring this empathy — can help students take perspective, collaborate with others, and design solutions. #SEL

Social and emotional learning (SEL) skil

Social and emotional learning (SEL) skills make us better people at home, at school, in our communities, and in the workplace.

MT @AEASTEMTIG: “Students overall and f

MT @AEASTEMTIG: “Students overall and from under-represented groups who had attended inclusive STEM high schools were significantly more likely to be in a STEM bachelor’s degree program two years after high school graduation.” AERA Open @AERA_EdResearch


Social and emotional learning (SEL) skil

Social and emotional learning (SEL) skills aren’t core content, but they’re the core of all content.

MT @Wil_EdTrust: @JohnBKing comments on

MT @Wil_EdTrust: @JohnBKing comments on public charge. @EdTrust opposes, as it will diminish children’s access to adequate nutrition, reliable health care, & stable housing & will do lasting damage to children’s emotional well-being & readiness to learn

RT @ChildCareWorks: How is the governmen

RT @ChildCareWorks: How is the government spending on children? Check out @First_Focus’ comprehensive analysis of the federal budget and how it directly affects our nation’s children: #ChildrensBudget2018 #InvestInKids

RT @GreatSchools: What exactly are Addit

RT @GreatSchools: What exactly are Additional Targeted Schools and what’s required of them under ESSA?

“1 in 4 youth arrests made by the LASPD

“1 in 4 youth arrests made by the LASPD were elementary and middle school-aged children.” Austin Beutner invited attendees to have an open and transparent conversation about the data included in the report and LASPD’s processes of interacting with youth.