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The Covid-19 pandemic left many students with unfinished learning, and students are still behind where they would normally be for their age and grade levels. This is especially true for students with the highest needs and those farthest from opportunity. While policymakers push for schools to play catch up, educators grapple with learning gaps that predate the pandemic. High-quality professional learning is essential for building educators’ capacity to understand and meet each student’s needs – academic, social, and emotional. We accept byline submissions from anyone who has a stake in education technology and eLearning initiatives.

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The editor’s goal is to produce the most readable and interesting article possible for the magazine’s targeted audience. Your help and understanding in this process is greatly appreciated. Our new Standards for Professional Learning book offers educators the latest knowledge and insights to design, implement, and sustain high-quality professional learning. At The Educator’s Room, we focus on amplifying and honoring the voice of educators as experts in education. To date, we have over 40 staff writers/teachers from around the world. We prefer full drafts on the first pitch so we can get an idea of your writing style and ability to build a readable narrative.

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