Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Educational Links 5/16/19

7 Skills Students Will Always Need

What the ‘broad spectrum’ can teach us about autism

Reading Aloud to Middle School Students

Digital Citizenship: New research calls for better choices

How Schools Can Bridge Mental Health Care Gaps with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Tools

Why We Weren't Surprised to See Teachers Holding a Noose

65 Years After Brown v. Board, Our Fixation on Integration Is Hiding Gross Inequities in Our Schools. We Must Focus Not Just on Whom We Teach — but on How We Teach

   It has been 65 years since the Supreme Court unanimously outlawed segregated schools in Brown v. Board of Education — and still, more than half of American students attend schools where over 75 percent of the population is of the same race. Schools have become steadily more segregated since the mid-1980s. Majority-nonwhite districts receive $23 billion less in annual funding. Our schools are still separate, and they are certainly not equal.

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