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Dean Pam Grossman, of the Graduate School of Education, left, and Dean Erika James, of the Wharton School.
Deans Pam Grossman and Erika James argue that to be prepared leaders need to consider the necessary crisis leadership practices that should occur before, during, and after a crisis happens.
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A tutor and a student read a graphic novel together.
Whether tutoring your child yourself or hiring someone to help, Anne Pomerantz explains what makes tutoring effective.
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A drawing of the attack on the US Capitol by 8-year-old AD.
Ameena Ghaffar-Kucher says to start by listening and use clear language.
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US Capitol Building
Sigal Ben-Porath, an expert in civic education, says teachers need to be prepared for these important conversations.
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A selection of books from the 2020 list of Best Books for Young Readers.
In a hard year, these stories offered a hopeful vision of a more inclusive and just world.
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A sign encouraging people to vote.
After a contentious election, educators need a plan for discussing the results—especially if they aren’t clear.
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Signs encouraging people to vote.
Hint: What you do is more important than what you say.
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A boy at play.
Michael Nakkula and Andy Danilchick have suggestions for how parents can navigate the challenges of the COVID-19 era.
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A teacher in front of a classroom
In their new guide, Michael Nakkula and Andy Danilchick show educators how to cultivate an "uncertainty mindset".
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A girl looks up from reading a picture book.
These will help parents build these literacy skills with their children and have fun in the process.
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