Covid-19 Created a Learning Gap for Millions of Kids Across the Country; New Research Shows Teachers Optimistic About Solutions to Recover From It

Nearly 8 in 10 Teachers Think One-on-One Supplemental Learning Is Among the Most Effective Means to Minimize Learning Gaps, and the Majority Would Recommend It to Parents BYJU’S FutureSchool today released new research conducted by The Harris Poll, which gives

10 Questions Principals Should Ask Teachers
During the Hiring Process to Prioritize
Social-Emotional Learning (SEL)

By Joshua Bobrow and Brandon Frame During these challenging times in which gross racial injustice and a pandemic have contributed to our collective trauma, one thing is increasingly clear: high-quality SEL is needed inside our classrooms. SEL articulates asset-based developmental

Study Shows Children Saw Improved Mental Well-Being Early on During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Conducted by nonprofit Let Grow and analyzed by Dr. Peter Gray, the study shows children benefitted from unstructured time during the initial lockdown last spring Let Grow, a nonprofit promoting childhood independence, and Dr. Peter Gray, a professor of psychology

Check Out the Winners of Fielding International’s “Designing Equitable Learning” Project

As part of their recent Designing Equitable Learning series, Fielding International invited youth from around the world to create something to address equity in education. Dozens of young people from around the world took part, creating videos, songs, essays, poetry,