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In Peter Gorman’s FETC 2021 keynote, he will share the elements of an aligned system that the highest performing school districts utilize to increase student achievement at scale.
Ward leads The Florida Council of 100, which spent two years developing a long-range strategic plan to prepare Florida’s schools for the seismic shifts that will occur in the way students are taught.
Future Ready Schools thought leaders will share ideas for leading through adversity, surpassing the survival stage and thriving, and designing resilient and transformative learning.
Education attorney Julia Martin tells attendees what the Biden presidency will mean for education policies in 2021.
FETC keynote speaker and superintendent Jill Siler’s book about leadership in challenging times guides district leaders in re-envisioning instruction for the hybrid era.
Persistent equity issues and systemic racism mean returning to normal post-COVID would be “immoral,” says Lisa Williams, Baltimore County Public Schools’ executive director of equity and cultural proficiency.
Biden’s executive order directs Department of Education to provide states and school districts with “evidence-based guidance” in reopening and remaining open for in-person learning.
College recruiters begin revamping recruitment messages with a significant decline in high school graduates likely to begin in 2025 and last for more than a decade.
Financial aid administrators’ policy recommendations call for strengthening Pell Grants, curbing college loan debt and enhancing student aid delivery.
The disruptions of COVID have accelerated a slate of changes designed to simplify the SATs for students and colleges, the College Board announced Tuesday.
More than 50% of Black and Hispanic children not enrolled in afterschool activities would join a program if they could, a report on extracurricular equity finds.
Superintendents and their teams can provide teachers with more guidance in using assessments to gauge students’ progress and design interventions that improve achievement.
Joe Biden and Kamala Harris want to reopen schools within the first 100 days of their administration, but many districts are “moving in the opposite direction,” a new report says.
States recommendations for reopening schools, though they cover aspects of student well-being, lack specificity for supporting the “whole child” post-COVID, report says.
Early college high school programs where students experience the intensity of college courses and earn credits are “underutilized and under-resourced,” says a new report.