You are here

From DA Magazine

Promote DA editorial pieces.

Agriculture education grows in the city

Schools are increasingly adding agriculture education, or “ag ed”—about 12,000 agriculture educators teach programs in the U.S., says a National Association of Agricultural Educators survey.

Sanctuary city school districts brace for executive order to withhold funds

School districts in Los Angeles and other sanctuary cities are bracing for an impact from President Trump’s executive order to withhold federal support from sanctuary cities.

Books about helping students succeed in school

DA promotes four books about serving homeless students, inspiring disengaged kids, improving communication skills and studying personalized learning in K12.

Showing K12 students they can “get smart”

As founder of Research for Better Teaching— an organization dedicated to improving instruction and leadership— Jon Saphier says underperforming students need to believe that “smart is something you can get.”

K12 sex ed goes beyond the birds and bees

High school students in the tiny Magazine School District in Arkansas receive three hours of sex education a year in grades 9 through 12—an approach that Superintendent Brett Bunch acknowledges is inadequate.

Be a source for our literacy story

Do educators in your district use the news to teach reading fluency? Whether it's newspapers, websites, magazines or other news media, we'd like to hear about how it helps students develop their reading and critical thinking skills. Please follow the link to connect with us.

Be a source for our literacy story

Do educators in your district use the news to teach reading fluency? Whether it's newspapers, websites, magazines or other news media, we'd like to hear about how it helps students develop their reading and critical thinking skills. Please follow the link to connect with us.

Groundbreaking digital citizenship

Most districts teach digital citizenship to show students how to behave responsibly online. We want to hear about the most innovative approaches that alert students to cyberbullying, internet predators and sharing posts that won't ruin their chances of getting into college. Please follow the link to connect with us.

Groundbreaking digital citizenship

Most districts teach digital citizenship to show students how to behave responsibly online. We want to hear about the most innovative approaches that alert students to cyberbullying, internet predators and sharing posts that won't ruin their chances of getting into college. Please follow the link to connect with us.

Creating Curious Learners through K5 STEM & Entrepreneurship

It’s never too early to start STEM learning. At Barrington 220 School District, fifth-graders are tackling the subjects. “Fresh INC Marketplace” is a new innovative eight-week program that launched last fall. And it could be the nation’s first elementary school entrepreneurship curriculum. Barrington 220 was recognized as a 2016 District Administration District of Distinction. Read their story and apply now for the 2017 awards.

Pages