Blog

Educational Professionals Blog

Latest stories, information, articles, research, career and employment tips for teachers and educational professionals on the go.

Social and Racial Injustices: Podcasts to Keep You Informed

DEI-Podcast

These podcasts about diversity, identity, and race can help us learn about institutionalized racism and how it affects the lives of others, especially the students we serve.

Employee Spotlight - Meet Claudia M., Behavior Interventionist

Claudia M

Meet Claudia M., a behavior interventionist who loves helping students develop the tools they need to succeed academically and socially. Claudia shares why she decided to become a behavior interventionist, what she enjoys most about working with us.

4 Things Students Need Before They Are Available for Learning

Four Things Students Need Before They Are Available for Learning

Before students can be available for learning, their basic human needs must be met. Here’s how teachers can use Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs to help ensure students are best prepared for learning.

Employee Spotlight – Meet Sarai G., Bilingual School Psychologist

hero Sarai g

Sarai G. shares why she decided to become a bilingual school psychologist, what she enjoys most about working with the Cross Country Education team and schools, and what advice she has for school psychologists embarking on their careers.

California Becomes the First State to Require High School Ethnic Studies for High School Graduation

California First State to Require High School Ethnic Studies

This bill was signed in an effort to help students understand the past and present struggles and contributions of Black, Asian, Latinx, Native/Indigenous Americans and other groups that have experienced racism and marginalization in America.

Employee Spotlight – Destiny J., Speech Language Pathologist

Hero blog employee spotlight destiny J

This school SLP shares why she decided to become a speech-language pathologist, what she enjoys most about working with the Cross Country Education team and schools, and what advice she has for school SLPs just now embarking on their careers.

From Innocent Pranks to Devious Licks: How Administrators Can Safeguard Schools from Viral Vandalism

Tik-Tok-Challenge

School administrators can take action to protect their schools and school communities from vandalism inspired by TikTok and Facebook challenges like “devious licks” and “slap a teacher.” Here are steps to get started.

National Health Education Week – Daily Webinars to Watch

Nation-Health-Education-Week

National Health Education Week is October 18-22, 2021, and to celebrate, the Society for Public Health Education (SOPHE) is offering daily webinars on how you can help promote health education and health literacy among students.

Supporting Marginalized Student Groups as Schools Reopen

Supporting-Marginalized-Student-Groups-as-Schools-Reopen

As schools reopen, what can educators do to support marginalized students? These resources can help, with guidance for promoting family and community engagement, accelerating learning, building summer school programs, and more!

Cross Country Education Launches New Facebook Group

FB Group Creation

We are excited to launch Cross Country Education Connect, our new Facebook Group. Open to all educational professionals; please join us for best practices and information on all things related to education!


Next >     Last >>
Real Talk
I am so thrilled with my assignment! I love coming to work every day! Thank you! - Jacqueline T