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Parent Changemaker: Helping Meet the Needs of Students with Disabilities
Schools are required to set up individualized education programs for students with disabilities, but for families, the process can be confusing and intimidating. In Chicago, some parents offer a helping hand.
8 Ways Educators Can Build Emotional Resilience and Prevent Burnout
Elena Aguilar, an instructional coach, author, and Education Week Teacher blogger, shares eight tips to prevent teacher burnout and build emotional resilience. This video originally streamed as a Facebook Live. (October 23, 2017)
Psychologist Explains How Restorative Justice Works in D.C. High School for Young Men of Color
Charles Curtis, a psychologist at Ron Brown College Prep, D.C.'s new high school for young men of color, explains how restorative justice works in a school setting and why he believes it is essential for black males. (October 13, 2017)
Sandy Hook Parents Work to Prevent Another School Shooting
Five years ago, 20 first-graders and six educators were gunned down at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn. Some of the grieving parents say the massacre was preventable and they’re working to head-off other shootings. (December 13, 2017)
Exposing Young Black Men to College in the 9th Grade
In Washington's new high school for young men of color, many students don’t have parents who are college graduates. Every month, educators at Ron Brown College Prep take students on campus visits to expose them to college life. (November 2, 2017)
Instead of a Walkout, Some Students Had a 'Walk In'
To give students a safe forum to respond to gun violence in schools, a high school in Yonkers, N.Y., held indoor activities for #NationalWalkoutDay.