For years parental support in education looked like PTA/PTO meeting attendance, fundraisers, bake sales, family nights and events. This was the case for many parents, but there were also a large group–typically Black and other families of color–taking more active stances to uplift their voices that often went unheard. Now, for the first time, the […]
Community engagement has always been a vital component for student success. With the rapid development and usage of technology and data, the need to positively engage school communities has increased. It is important that members of a school community understand how to utilize the data and technology, in a responsible manner, in order to protect […]
The Students for Equitable Education (SEE) Summit is a student-led movement calling for equitable education that values, honors, and affirms the identity of every student. What are young people experiencing in classrooms today? What do educators see in their students? Can every student realize their “most richly imagined futures” in today’s school environments? Students have […]
Without a doubt, social media has one of the biggest influences on students’ well-being, and students’ attitudes and behaviors around technology are evolving as fast as tech devices themselves. In this session, The Social Institute and EALA will share results from the world’s largest school survey about students, teens, and social media. Learn what tens […]
Join the Educating All Learners Alliance content team to discuss the top resources from our resource library in April 2022! In support of Mental Health Awareness Month, we’ll also be providing recommended resources that highlight the best practices for supporting student mental health.
Join the Educating All Learners Alliance content team to discuss the top resources from our resource library in March 2022! We’ll also be providing recommended resources for teachers and families to support students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in the classroom.
Phonics instruction is critical to help students become proficient readers . As students advance through their academic journeys, holes in their phonic skills can severely impact every aspect of their academic success. This is especially prominent for students with disabilities and students who are behind in reading. The EALA, KeyPhonics, Pivot Learning, and Spinelli School […]
EdChoice conducted a national polling report on parents, educators and K-12 education. This poll shared key insights into parent perspectives from the past year, with some data points indicating a decrease in positive views towards the direction of K-12 education. Similarly, Learning Heroes conducted their own national research to highlight the relationship between parents, teachers […]
In recent years, there has been increasing conversation related to disciplinary applications of school technology and data use, including student activity monitoring software. For some, this increase in technology has resulted in disciplinary actions that range from suspensions to involvement with law enforcement. The Center for Democracy & Technology (CDT) conducted research that highlights this […]
Join the Educating All Learners Alliance content team to discuss the top resources from our resource library in January 2022! We’ll also be providing recommended resources to help with the transition to remote learning.