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Are you curious about what 2020 Census asks? If so, you can find out now, because the U.S. Census Bureau released a sample of the paper 2020 Census questionnaire earlier this month. Why the 2020…

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Classroom Grants for Teachers

We’re celebrating teachers! Apply for a $200 classroom grant to enhance classroom learning. Describe how the initiative or program impacts student achievement and how it reflects the priorities of the governing board and district.

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Creating Trauma-Informed Learning Environments

What can educators do to support students with trauma in their history? This brief, produced by the Mid-Atlantic Comprehensive Center at WestEd, offers five important actions teachers can take to design trauma-sensitive learning environments.

Five Misconceptions About School Shootings

This research brief, produced by the WestEd Justice & Prevention Research Center, describes and refutes five common misconceptions about school shootings and suggests an evidence-based strategy to reduce the probability of attacks.