Excerpt reposted from Glose for Education blog, originally posted October 8, 2020. Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) within the school is primarily associated with student enrichment and development, however, we know that SEL opportunities benefit more learners when both professional and personal experiences are extended to...

Culturally relevant educators acknowledge and appreciate children’s home cultures and validate every student's experience by seizing opportunities to strengthen the connection between home and school while building better school culture. Building a Better School Culture   This can be challenging for teachers who find themselves restricted by curriculum...

At CT3, we value civic engagement and are excited to help our education community make their voices heard in every election. We are teaming up with When We All Vote, a non-profit, non-partisan organization on a mission to increase participation in every election and close the race...

"No significant learning takes place without a significant relationship." (James Comer, 1995) As an educator, it's critical to devote time during the first days of school to get to know your students and a questionnaire is a great start. Fortunately, there’s a seemingly endless cache of...