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BTN offers free online network events e.g., happy hours, support groups, inquiry groups and more.
School districts across the country are incorporating an equity and inclusion lens into all aspects of education to promote equitable opportunities that help students thrive, inclusive of all in the school community. Buffalo Public School’s work on Culturally and Linguistically Responsive Education can provide a model for other districts to follow.
A protocol that encourages students to connect school topics to personal interests in their daily life.
A source for online routines, structures, activities and protocols that build community.
BELE focuses on expanding high-quality learning opportunities for students who have been historically underserved. Educators, administrators, policymakers can register to join.
Another way to increase student autonomy and decrease the workload of counselors is this college match tool from Cappex that helps students explore match and fit. Counselor resources from College Greenlight are specifically geared towards supporting traditionally underrepresented students.
Online communities, such as Career Village, are helpful once students are narrowed in on what they want to do. Another meaningful way to bring careers to life is by implementing Khan Academy’s Career Unit in 9th or 10th grade. Students learn about career basics and in-depth work experiences of young professionals via subtitled videos. The …
Partnering with external or replicating high-quality afterschool programs provides students with opportunities for academic supports and enrichment that lead to positive outcomes. The Citizen Schools ELT programming model engages students in apprenticeships (that consist of hands-on learning projects) and activities to help students develop their organizational and study skills.
Check-in survey that students can fill out.
The library includes video modules with lesson plans and teacher reflections.
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