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How These Denver Schools Include Students with Disabilities, and Why More Could Follow
Rather than having a center program that serves students with one type of disability, such as autism, every student is rostered to a general education classroom, where they spend as much of their day as possible.
How 'Slow Looking' Can Help Students Develop Skills Across Disciplines
The practice of observing detail over time, analyzing deeply and applying different perspectives helps students appreciate the richness of the world we live in.
California Considers Permitting Students Excused Mental Health Days
Will California follow Oregon's lead and allow students to take excused mental health days?
Six Thinking Scaffolds That Can Move Students Toward Deeper Levels of Understanding
A change in a prompt can influence how a student responds thinks. A study found that using a problem-based curriculum can help students develop their own hypotheses and take risks — all signs of deeper-level learning.
School Network Takes Turbocharged Approach to Education for Refugee Students
Fugees Academy, perhaps the nation’s only school to serve refugees exclusively, tries to pack three years of English into one. The school only serves refugees and it does so by helping students return to the basics of learning English and by focusing on students’ social and emotional needs.