In: July 2020

Today on the Academic Minute, Ilaria Scaglia, lecturer and head of history at Aston University, cites

How Teacher Looping Can Ease the Learning Disruptions Caused by Coronavirus

That’s a particular advantage during the COVID-19 outbreak. Gilbert said he felt good about existing bonds

Today on the Academic Minute, Suzanne Marchand, professor of history at Louisiana State University, explores how

As School Year Approaches, Parents and Educators Struggle with Uncertainty

Dozens of teachers, parents and district leaders around the country told NPR that the back-to-school season

Popular Right Now Colleges are flimflamming college students and parents about reopening in the fall (opinion)

Effective Anti-Racist Education Requires More Diverse Teachers, More Training

Palmer says she doesn’t think there can be “a truly anti-racist curriculum unless the teachers have

Jonathan Zimmerman’s essay attacking the 1619 Project in deeply flawed. Zimmerman is obviously right when he writes that

MindShift Podcast is Back with Season Five!

The MindShift Podcast is back with our fifth season. We’re here just in time to unpack

Contract tracing on campuses could ultimately erode some confidentiality protections (opinion)

It is not without a sense of schadenfreude that I see the surge of interest in

How I'm Teaching My Kids Not To Fear Everything During A Pandemic

I put on the gloves, picked up the ball and gave it a good scrub. The