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A 'tsunami' of chronic absenteeism
Published Feb 29, 2024
Since the pandemic, the percentage of students missing about one month of class time per year has more than doubled, Johns Hopkins researchers say
In memoriam
Education researcher James McPartland dies at 84
Published Feb 6, 2024
As co-director of JHU's Center for Social Organization of Schools, he helped develop novel approaches to supporting school improvement and student outcomes
Chronic absenteeism tests schools
Published Oct 12, 2023
In 2021-22, 66% of American students attended a school where at least one in five classmates missed four weeks of school, according to new analysis
Kids Need Counselors: We're On It
Published Fall 2023
Creating a pipeline for counselors to provide mental health counseling for students of high-needs school districts / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Hannah Rose has spoken
Published Oct 3, 2023
School of Education alum discusses how preparing for a career in mental health inadvertently readied her to compete on—and know when to bow out of—'Survivor'
New master's residency program targets teacher shortage
Published Sept 27, 2023
School of Education's TeachingWell program will provide professional, financial support for applicants looking to start long-term careers in teaching
Artificial intelligence
Educators should embrace AI and ChatGPT, JHU experts say
Published Sept 26, 2023
Panelists discuss the pros and cons of using generative chatbots in the classroom, express optimism that AI can enhance learning
In memoriam
Educator Laura Quaynor dies at 41
Published Sept 8, 2023
Quaynor, who joined JHU in 2019, served as department chair for Advanced Studies in Education; her research focused on citizenship and civic education, especially among English language learners
Novelty is essential to keeping bright learners engaged this summer
Published May 23, 2023
Recent research from the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth finds that advanced learners are engaged by new academic content and novel learning approaches
U.S. textbooks miss opportunities to teach Latino history
Published May 16, 2023
Analysis of how Latinos are portrayed in U.S. history textbooks reveals lack of authenticity, failure to cover seminal events in the Latino experience