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Issues With FAFSA Could Mean Many Students Don’t Go to College in the Fall

Transcript: SACHA PFEIFFER, HOST: The college application process was supposed to get easier. That’s because last year, the U.S. Department of Education announced changes to the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA. VANESSA CORDOVA RAMIREZ: Hi, Hello. My name is Vanessa Cordova Ramirez, and I’m a Mexican first-generation student, hopefully attending college in [...]read moreIssues With FAFSA Could Mean Many Students Don’t Go to College in the Fall

Congress Poured Billions of Dollars Into Schools. Did It Help Students Learn?

The federal relief “was worth the investment,” Reardon tells NPR. “It led to significant improvements in children’s academic performance… It wasn’t enough money, or enough recovery, to get students all the way back to where they were in 2019, but it did make a significant difference.” Study #2, co-authored by researcher Dan Goldhaber at the [...]read moreCongress Poured Billions of Dollars Into Schools. Did It Help Students Learn?

They Weren’t Yet in School When COVID Hit. The Pandemic Still Set Back the Youngest Students.

It’s also possible that schools targeted more academic support to older children and teens. “We can see it as a call to action to make sure that we, as an educational community, are prioritizing those early grades,” Huff said. Those are critical years when children learn their letters and numbers and start reading and counting. [...]read moreThey Weren’t Yet in School When COVID Hit. The Pandemic Still Set Back the Youngest Students.

Disabled Students Are Struggling to Get What They Need at School

“If Sam’s future is wide open, that’s my dream. I want him to experience what any six year old gets to experience.” Transcript: ADRIAN FLORIDO, HOST: Sam is a 6-year-old with an infectious laugh. SAM: (Laughter). FLORIDO: He lives with his seven siblings and parents in a small town in central Georgia. UNIDENTIFIED PERSON #1: [...]read moreDisabled Students Are Struggling to Get What They Need at School

Explore The Best Writing Tools For Students To Enhance Your Skills –

In the vast ocean of academic tasks, writing is a challenging and crucial skill for success at school and beyond. Whether drafting an essay, composing a research paper, or jotting down notes for class, having the right tools can make all the difference. With a wide array of digital writing aids, finding the most effective [...]read moreExplore The Best Writing Tools For Students To Enhance Your Skills –

Explore Top Online Learning Tools For Students To Enhance Your Studies –

Technology has transformed how you interact with your educational materials. From AI tutors that provide personalized learning experiences to digital platforms that organize notes efficiently, these innovative tools are transforming traditional learning methods. As a student, adapting to these technological advancements can significantly enhance your academic performance and make your study sessions more productive. If [...]read moreExplore Top Online Learning Tools For Students To Enhance Your Studies –

Learning Goals Examples for College Students –

Setting specific goals isn’t just about ticking off checkboxes; it’s about charting a path toward academic excellence and personal growth. As a college student, you juggle lectures, exams, and study sessions. That’s where learning goals come into play—they help you focus, measure your progress, and keep your eyes on the prize, whether acing your finals [...]read moreLearning Goals Examples for College Students –

The 33 Best Books For Students Who Don’t Like To Read

“Let’s get out our [independent/book club/whole class] books and open to page __!” At least one student in the room experiences a shudder of disdain and a wave of despondency each time such words are uttered (many more students are likely experiencing this emotional response to the dread of reading on the inside). Why Do [...]read moreThe 33 Best Books For Students Who Don’t Like To Read

Teaching Students To See Quality

by Terry Heick Quality—you know what it is, yet you don’t know what it is. But that’s self-contradictory. But some things are better than others, that is, they have more quality. But when you try to say what the quality is, apart from the things that have it, it all goes poof! There’s nothing to [...]read moreTeaching Students To See Quality

How to Build Mutually Respectful Relationships With Students From Day 1

“Nathan, I really want you to do well today. How can I help you with that?” instead of, “Nathan, you have an F in my class, don’t you want to get a good grade? Why can’t you behave?” Both statements show Nathan that he is accountable for his behavior. The first statement, however, shows him [...]read moreHow to Build Mutually Respectful Relationships With Students From Day 1