Thursday, July 25, 2019

Educational Links 7/26/19

8 Ways To Grow As A Teacher

Elementary Education Has Gone Terribly Wrong

How Can We Better Serve Low-Performing Students? An Optimist’s View

This Supreme Court Case Made School District Lines A Tool For Segregation

81 Back-to-School Bulletin Board Ideas from Creative Teachers

Three More Recommended Resources for Teaching Civics and Government

Report: 2.7M students suspended in 2015-16 despite efforts to curb exclusionary discipline

School data indicates students of color are overrepresented in these punishments even though they don't misbehave more frequently than their white peers, and they tend to receive more exclusionary types of discipline. Evidence shows excluding students from the classroom leads to school avoidance, increases dropout potential, and increases the chance those students will end up in the juvenile court system.

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