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See how authentic work-based learning in simulated workplaces is helping students at West Virginia’s Mingo Central High School thrive.
You can’t prevent your students from suffering, but you can teach them how to harness their emotional energy to bounce back from pain.
Proactive practices give students safe, healthy ways to de-stress, reset and rejoin the classroom at Ohio’s Deer Park Jr./Sr. High School.
Explore easy-to-implement strategies to manage your classroom effectively and increase student success.
See how districts and schools in Dallas and Oklahoma are adapting their CTE programs for Industry 4.0.
Learn how to help students get excited about math and build number sense starting in the elementary grades.
Renowned speaker and author Baruti Kafele shares how educators can ensure each student has equitable access to quality learning and graduates ready for further education and careers.
Boys Town shares the pitfalls of suspensions and how to implement positive alternatives that keep more students in school, promote prosocial behaviors and achievement, and strengthen communities.
Learn how Missouri’s Boonslick Technical Education Center partners with industry to embed employability skills in their curricula and increase students’ opportunities for workplace success.
Young men and boys of color often experience “invisible” forms of trauma and social and emotional disadvantages — learn how to recognize their needs and build their trust.
Culinary, healthcare and digital technology students take on Type 2 diabetes with delicious recipes and cooking videos at West Virginia’s Calhoun-Gilmer Career Center.
Learn how educators at Ohio’s two-time Pacesetter winner Penta Career Center are using assessment data to take instruction in their CTE programs to the next level.
Learn how three teams of students in the STEM Academy at Oklahoma’s Meridian Technology Center were selected as finalists in NASA’S annual HUNCH design competition.
Mapleton Middle School’s standards-based grading journey has students excited about school and taking greater ownership of their learning instead of just earning a grade.
A data-driven approach to teacher recruitment and retention is helping districts in South Carolina, Indiana and Delaware build, support and retain a diverse pool of highly effective teachers.