New Training Equips LCPS Teachers to Recognize Psychological Distress Among Students

New Training Equips LCPS Teachers to Recognize Psychological Distress Among Students By Danielle Nadler Now that we’re a few weeks into the school year, most parents are likely feeling some relief about getting students back into schools. But it may not be all high-fives at bus stops and skipping down school hallways. Many parents are […]

The Key to Supporting, Retaining New Educators of Color 

The Key to Supporting, Retaining New Educators of Color Written By: Danielle Nadler   The American education system underwent a historic shift just six years ago. During the 2014-2015 academic year, the majority of public school students were, for the first time, no longer white. And this majority-minority shift has continued to progress since. Studies predict that by 2029 students of color will make […]