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Turnaround for Children connects the dots between science, adversity and school performance to catalyze student development and achievement.
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How Schools Are Responding to Migrant Children via
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Black Columbia Student’s Confrontation With Security Becomes Flashpoint Over Racism on Campus
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This infographic by helps explain what executive function is and why it's important to develop these skills during early childhood.
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"Once children learn how to slow down, calm, and then make smarter choices with their big feelings, a change occurs. They learn how to display self-control and gain awareness of their varied emotions."
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Evictions are destabilizing events that can take a physical and psychological toll on children and their families. has released a new study detailing the extent of evictions during childhood.
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Does art help reduce ? A study by finds that the after just 45 minutes of creativity, the level of stress-related hormones in your body is significantly reduced:
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The Mind Trust 18h
.: New Harvard report recommends creating a personalized ‘Support Plan’ for every child. Here are 5 places to start
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iNACOL 20h
Do we really mean that every single child can achieve at high levels? In a word, yes! But we have work to do before we have a system capable of supporting all learners with equity.
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edutopia Apr 18
On modeling self-regulation through tone of voice: “The sweet spot is calm, neutral, assertive, and the teachers who get the best responses from kids are the ones that have mastered that the best.” —Cynthia Robinson-Rivers, head of Van Ness Elementary
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Turnaround Apr 18
Moving Up a Grade With the Same Teacher Yields Positive Results, Study Says - Teacher Beat
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Turnaround Apr 18
Happy National High-Five Day! Today we challenge you to high-five 5 strangers.
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National Child Traumatic Stress Network Apr 18
New research shows victims of in secondary school have dramatically increased chances of mental health problems and unemployment in later life.
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iNACOL Apr 18
Here’s an insightful exchange between of and our President and CEO about the disruption needed to align learning with what science teaches us about it.
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Turnaround Apr 17
Get ready, Seattle! Next Wednesday, Turnaround’s Michael Lamb will be a featured speaker at the National Meeting! More details here:
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Turnaround Apr 17
Congratulations to all the “movers and shakers” honored in Magazine's ! Special shout out to , & for being recognized for their work empowering young people to stay in school and get an education.
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Turnaround Apr 17
Working Out Is Powerful Brain Training by
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Turnaround Apr 17
: “The foundation of every state is the education of its youth.” Greek philosopher, Diogenes
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Turnaround Apr 17
"Fostering an where it’s OK to make mistakes is step one in getting students to speak a new language." via
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Turnaround Apr 17
From the emotional toll it can take on a student's identity to a -0.20 drop in GPA, the consequences of implicit bias can be profound. :
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Turnaround Apr 17
How should schools approach teaching, measuring competencies? via
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