These plans enable students with special needs to get the accommodations required to access curricula at the same level as their classmates. This article is for educators.
Elementary school teachers can incorporate physical activity breaks into daily classroom routines to help improve test scores and student behavior. This article is for educators.
All students – LGBT or straight – benefit from positive relationships with their teachers. By taking the time to connect, showing a genuine interest, supporting academic achievement, and personal goals, educators can help LGBT students develop resilience. This article is for educators.
Everyone has questions about coronavirus (COVID-19). You probably have many of your own. You might have students or their parents asking you what to do. Here are answers to some common questions about coronavirus.
IEPs make teachers of students with special needs responsible for planning, implementing, and monitoring educational plans to help the students succeed in school. This article is for educators.
Conducting effective conferences can boost family involvement in your classroom and help promote positive outcomes for you, your students, and your school. Here's what to do before, during, and after the meeting. This article is for educators.
Farm-to-school programs are a great way to get students excited about healthy eating. This article is for educators.
Students who garden are more likely to get the recommended amount of fruits and vegetables each day, and they develop healthier attitudes about nutrition and fitness. This article is for educators.
Kids and teens explain what to expect and how to help in the classroom.
We asked students what makes a good teacher. Here's what they told us. This article is for educators.