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Kaya Henderson Chancellor, District of Columbia Public Schools Topic: College & career readiness Trend: Preparing our children for the high expectations of college and the future workforce requires us to […]
As today’s students find themselves deciding money matters long before adulthood, progressive districts are introducing financial literacy lessons in elementary and middle gradesÑwith some requiring high school students to complete […]
Intensive summer schools, expanding STEM programs, and early-college high schools exemplify innovation that increases student achievement and graduation rates in districts nationwide. The 35 school systems honored in this round […]
âKlint W. Willert Superintendent, Brookings School District, South Dakota Topic: Testing & assessment Trend: Student achievement is measured by more than a single assessment score. The trend of moving toward […]
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DA’s Districts of Distinction program, which honors innovative projects in America’s public school districts, will be showcased in a special annual edition of the magazine each July, starting in 2017. […]
Exciting students about learning is the No. 1 reason schools are experimenting with virtual reality. It’s a rapidly advancing technology the most district expect to use in the near future. […]
Shawn Joseph, director of schools in Metro Nashville Public Schools in Tennessee, created four new groups of K12 educational facilities. Each group will consist of about 40 schools and have […]