In children’s books, it can be easier to find talking pandas than characters of color. Here are 25 books with minority characters and authors to help diversify summer reading.
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A Philadelphia mother and journalist digs into why improving state test scores in poor districts can be so challenging.
These days, students can walk into a classroom and use their tablet or smartphone as the AR device to trigger to original content made on movie-making software and posted to YouTube, leading to an immediate and immersive learning experience.
When researchers asked young children to figure out an experiment using cause and effect, they did a much better job than young adults. That may be because their thinking is more flexible and fluid.
Over-filtering websites at schools misses the opportunity to teach students the critical skills they’ll need to discern the good from the bad.
New research shows it’s possible to pick up some of the signs of dyslexia in the brain even before kids learn to read. And this earlier identification may start to substantially influence how parents, educators and clinicians tackle the disorder.
Letting kids play freely this summer could be the most important thing a parent does to improve academic outcomes next year.