In her seventeen years teaching, eighth-grade science teacher Emily Frayser has occasionally encountered students who are struggling more than others.
After more than a year of pandemic instruction that brought teachers into living rooms and deputized parents as ad hoc instructors, equity in K12 education has become a critical focus for school districts.
They say a picture is worth a thousand words and nowhere is that more meaningful than in a K12 classroom.
After another unique year of quarantine interruptions and remote and/or hybrid learning, school districts are expanding
Finalists and winners for The EdTech Awards 2021 have been announced to a worldwide audience of educators, technologists, students, parents, and policymakers interested in building a better future for learners and leaders in the education and workforce sectors.
“We know that there’s learning loss. Everyone is going to have learning loss,” says Chief Academic Officer Patty Cooper. “But we don’t want to make excuses.”
“One must know where they have been before they can know where they are going,” shares eighth-grade math teacher Sharra Jones. February is Black History Month and in celebration, we asked SchoolStatus educators to tell us about how they highlight Black History in their classrooms and schools.
SchoolStatus, the K12 edtech company that harnesses student data insight to power teacher conversations, today announced the hiring of a new Vice President of Sales, Marcus Kingsley. Kingsley is a technology sales leader with more than fifteen years of experience in international sales and marketing.