Discover the top concerns parents had about education during the 2019-2020 school year to inform how you share student progress moving forward.
6 Ways to Teach Sustainability in School
Today is STEM/STEAM Day! Here are 4 ways to celebrate in your classroom and help find ways to close the gender and racial gaps in STEM. #K12 #STEM #STEM
When it comes to connecting kids with STEM careers, role models play a central role. Here’s our shortlist of trailblazing Latinx scientists that have helped us better understand the world and who we think could energize the next generation of scientists.
Offering Esports in Extracurriculars
Reboot Your Grasp of K12 Esports
With the lack of vaccines for kids under 12 making COVID-19 safety precautions necessary, sending kids back to school this fall for in-person classes can be a little nerve-racking for parents and students alike. Here are 3 actionable steps for a safe—and less stressful—school year.
It’s the new year. Some of you are back to in-person learning while others are still doing remote learning. Even before this crazy pandemic turned everyone’s lives upside down, PE classes and recess were already on the chopping board for many schools across the US. Now you’re coming back to class with these squirrely squirrels that have been …
Social emotional learning (SEL) is vital for students. Now more than ever it is important that SEL is a focus, as students are adjusting to changing classroom set ups, expectations, and challenges. While learners may not be able to socialize with their peers and teachers face to face, it is still vital that they are …
Creativity is a needed skill for the modern workforce. According to the Future of Jobs report by World Economic Forum, complex problem solving, social skills, and process skills are the top three skills that students will need to succeed in the future. As more and more positions are being moved from human workers to machines, …