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    How White Teachers Can Support BIPOC Colleagues

    A few ways to deepen relationships with peers who are Black, Indigenous, and people of color.
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    4 Tips for Productive Online Discussions

    A debate coach with experience guiding virtual discussions explains how to get students to engage with each other and with the course content.
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    When students are taught to listen to each other’s ideas, give regular feedback, and focus on strong communication, they become skilled collaborators.
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    On Standardized Tests, Students Face an ‘Online Penalty’

    Switching from paper to online standardized tests caused significant drops in students’ scores—and vulnerable students were hurt the worst.

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