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The “dire inequity” in resources that students in rural schools face requires immediate action from state and federal lawmakers, says a new report.
What activity is bringing together students from different cliques at Clinton High School in Wisconsin? It’s not the football team.
One Virginia school district has faced intense backlash after adding more books about people of color, the LGBTQ community and drug abuse.
Students who play in a high school esports league are no different from their classmates on the football, baseball or basketball teams, says one athletic director.
Educators are working with city officials to enhance school parks and playgrounds in parts of cities that lack sufficient green spaces.
Alternative high schools help students resolve academic and attendance issues. Yet there’s been a sea change in the way educators approach these goals.
Better mental and physical health—and the social-emotional well-being of the community—are overlapping benefits for school districts and local governments.
Trucks, and working on them in the Walmart parking lot, is what the boys in Lindsay Johnson’s sixth-period English class mostly wanted to discuss last school year. So Johnson helped the students channel their enthusiasm into a podcast.
Having elementary school students write letters to Santa may meet school guidelines, but that doesn’t mean teachers should ask children to do it as a classroom assignment.
Students care deeply about their schools and communities. They might seem disinterested because they haven’t been given the right opportunity to take action.
Latest research finds some screen time, from some sources, doesn’t harm grades. So educators and parents must find the right balance for ed tech and entertainment.
Now, 99% of U.S. schools have adequate internet access, according to EducationSuperhighway, a nonprofit that formed in 2012 to ensure that all students can participate in digital learning.
All the paper used to track student internships, community service hours, and other college and career information inspired Chicago-area Superintendent David Schuler to launch his own online company.
TikTok lets kids make short videos set to music, and some schools are forming clubs around the app. Still, social media continues to cause concerns.
New York may begin screening preschoolers for dyslexia, and Montana now requires schools to test all new students, up to second grade. The policy changes come as parents pressure educators to enhance interventions.
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