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How Can Micro-Credentials Be Used to Support Teacher Training?

Earlier this year, the organization iNACOL released its latest map, charting the rise of policies that support K-12 competency-based education systems in states from coast to coast. By last count, 17 states have earned the status of "advanced,"...

source: By Brian Stack
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John Sumter knew he was chosen as a Jenkins Scholar. He also knew he would participate in the "The G Word," a documentary about giftedness in America, But when the Ocean Bay Middle School eighth grader went to Minnesota in mid-November, he had no idea he would also get a...

source: My Horry News

As an educational community, we are constantly analyzing our strengths and weaknesses to determine how well we are meeting the needs of all students. Often, we measure our performance in terms of "growth" and "gaps." Gifted education equity advocates, school personnel and...

source: The High Flyer

Bryson Sassau's application would inspire any college admissions officer. A founder of T.M. Landry College Preparatory School described him as a "bright, energetic, compassionate and genuinely well-rounded" student whose...

source: The New York Times

A new study by the Tennessee Education Research Alliance suggests schools in the state should do more to hire and support teachers of color. The study looked at turnover and retention for Tennessee teachers over a five-year period beginning in 2011. It found that black teachers...

source: The Associated Press via U.S. News & World Report

Why would a child feel ashamed of being gifted? Some people think being gifted is, well... a gift. You are smart, talented, advantaged. Things come easily. School is a breeze. College entrance should be a piece of cake. Parents of gifted children, and gifted adults, of course,...

source: Gifted Challenges

In the United States, 34 million children have had at least one adverse childhood experience — ranging from abuse or neglect to parental incarceration or addiction. Children living in poverty are more likely to have multiple ACEs,...

source: MindShift

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