What an Incredible Year! Thank you for all your support as we continue to navigate through the challenges that we all have been facing over the past year. We’d like to take this time to share some of the great accomplishments P4G has made during 2021. These successes would not have been possible without our Read more about 2021 Year In Review[…]
With learning loss being top-of-mind with educators, it’s expected for school districts to spend more money than ever before to address this issue. However, only a fraction of district’s budgets have been spent. The resource displacement caused by the pandemic is a HUGE problem. It’s understandable that it will take some time for schools to deconstruct, prioritize, and plan. So, how and when are funds being spent, do you ask? Find out more in our latest blog post!
Many wonder why civic engagement is important for education. Preparing students for future community participation starts with civic readiness in school.
The future of education is not just about what you can teach, but also about how you can help students learn. Educators, school leaders, parents, and policymakers all agree student engagement is an important factor in fueling academic success. Engaged students have higher rates of attendance, are curious and interested, and passionate about future college Read more about 5 Reasons Why a Digital Solution for Measuring Student Engagement is Vital to Your School[…]
The future belongs to the next generation. Today’s students will one day be responsible for the health and well-being of society. Simply put, students will be tomorrow’s caretakers of the values and institutions of their respective local communities as well as the entire nation. Civic responsibility not only has a profound impact on individual students Read more about Why Civic Responsibility in Education is Becoming Increasingly Important[…]
The COVID-19 pandemic has severely disrupted education across the United States. With distant learning measures in place for well over a year, student learning and engagement are at an all-time low. With the return of in-person learning on the horizon, many students and educators feel anxious about navigating the upcoming academic school year. As students Read more about 3 Ways Educators Can Support Students in the Upcoming Academic School Year[…]