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Nadia Lopez, principal at Mott Hall Bridges Academy in Brooklyn, New York, helps students become more successful in school and helps instructors teach more effectively using innovative teaching methods and […]
New teachers in many of the nation’s largest districts must continue to work at least 25 years to receive a positive return on their retirement benefits, according to a new […]
Elementary and middle school students in Bridgeport, Connecticut, dabble in architecture, play music and learn about fashion design with well-known artists and professionals as part of the national Turnaround Arts […]
Changes in federal education policy that will come under the Trump administration are still unclear, but many states are nevertheless proceeding with plans to meet requirements of the Obama administration’s […]
Addison Davis, superintendent of the School District of Clay County in Florida, appointed 12 new principals for eight elementary schools, two junior high schools and two high schools to improve […]
Matt Miller, new superintendent of Ohio’s Lakota Local Schools, is reaching community members with his social media savviness. Miller launched the district’s first Twitter account, which has more than 1,900 […]
Superintendent Bilal Tawwab of Flint Community Schools in Michigan has expanded staff to support students harmed by lead-tainted water. Tawwab introduced meditation classes in order to calm students suffering from […]
Brian Garverick, superintendent of Mansfield City Schools in Ohio, has banned electronic devices in an effort to disconnect students from social media. Students are not allowed to use smartphones and […]
Under principal Bill Santarsiero’s leadership, Morris Street Elementary School in Danbury, Connecticut, became one of 30 schools nationwide to earn a National Blue Ribbon from the U.S. Department of Education […]
Dear Education Leader, It’s my pleasure to present the first annual District Administration New Product Showcase. New Product Showcase brings together the latest innovative products and service solutions in K12 […]
Growing mental health needs of students ranked as one of the major issues facing educators who participated in DA’s 2018 Outlook Survey.
More than 2,000 educators from 91 countries and territories responded to the most recent survey from the International Literacy Association, targeting the most important issues in literacy.
In 2016, the Council of Chief State School Officers and the Aspen Institute gathered state education leaders, advocates and civil rights leaders to develop actions to support education equity. A […]
A recent study of completed and ongoing superintendent tenure in the 100 largest school districts shows that the average completed tenure is 6.16 years, while the current ongoing average is […]
On average, teachers spent $652 of their own money on classroom supplies, instructional materials and PD in 2018, according to the fifth annual survey of K12 teachers by SheerID and […]
Thirty-five percent of school districts have active partnerships with local businesses to recruit students directly out of high school, according to the Gallup 2018 Survey of K12 School District Superintendents.
Students were asked how they thought major figures in their lives were doing on addressing online harassment and cyberbullying. LINK TO MAIN ARTICLE: K12 edtech training expands Most said their […]