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Lately it seems that our inboxes, news feeds, and social media streams are flooded with worrisome messages about “COVID slide” and “Learning Loss.” While it’s true that the past year has been filled with challenges, we invite teachers, parents, and other stakeholders to join us in a

Poverty is complicated. It is a compilation of many issues, many of which have broad-reaching impact. Perhaps most critical for our education system is that research finds that many of the risk factors associated with low socioeconomic status (SES) impede brain development and functioning. And in cases of generational poverty, the impact is even greater.   One of the most consistent findings is that

The COVID-19 pandemic has been the greatest upheaval in the history of modern educational systems, but with massive systemic disruptions comes the opportunity to innovate and dream of better schools for all students. When the pandemic is finally under control and students return to school, we don’t have to

At Corwin, we all share a deep horror and justifiable anger over the recent brutality in Minneapolis—and every bit as significant, the recognition that such brutality is not limited to Minneapolis but the product of a systemic failure across our nation. The brutal killings of