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Through a huge public-private coalition, the state has managed to completely close gaps in five months.
Tennessee’s new Reading 360 program hopes to get students on a path to success by third grade.
Critics say the stimulus package will provide help to offset costs from the COVID-19 pandemic but falls well short of the funds that were desired.
Martin County, one of the first in the state to open for face-to-face instruction, has provided safe, strong educational environments for students at schools through the pandemic.
The 45-year-old former teacher and principal has been a strong proponent of in-person learning as Connecticut Commissioner.
A new study shows the disparities that exist among those in lower-income districts and the astounding, and likely confusing, number of tools available to them.
The behavior of digital self-harm is being red-flagged by researchers whose studies show it occurring among middle and high school students.
Approval of the bipartisan bill would give protections to students and potential federal grant money to schools that enact comprehensive management plans.
Here are free resources, services and teaching materials being offered at no charge during the coronavirus outbreak. Updated on January 20.
A new report on the use of technology and digital tools from Project Tomorrow and Blackboard shows the positive outcomes from giving students more ownership in projects and research.
Although many have approved of their district’s reopening plans, a new study shows steep drops in job satisfaction among teachers since March.
The annual High School Benchmarks study from the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center shows stunning declines year over year for colleges, lower-income students.
The federation, now under a new World Wide organization, sees opportunity in the future to expand its academics-first model to students in North America and beyond.
Survey of K-12 technology decision-makers shows that half of their districts did not offer guidance on this key piece before the start of the school year.
A study from the National Urban League and Merrill Lynch looking back at a cohort of urban children in the 1980s shows how impactful encouragement can be.