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How Schools Should Respond to a Student’s Threats
What should school staff do when a student makes a threat? A researcher gives step-by-step advice on how to intervene and prevent violence at school. (January 9, 2018)
Social-Emotional Skills Are the Foundation of Learning at Washington, D.C.'s High School for Young Men of Color
Benjamin Williams, the principal at Ron Brown College Prep in Washington D.C., is focused on uplifting young men of color. (October 17, 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)
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)
Empower your students with eMPower Assessments
[Content provided by Measured Progress] Meet one 3rd grade student and watch her academic journey toward college and career readiness, supported by the coherent, consistent approach of eMPower Assessments™ and the SAT® Suite of Assessments.
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.