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Oklahoma and Idaho ban schools from teaching the theory that says racism is embedded in U.S. culture and public services.
As students re-enter classrooms, there are three critical shifts to the education workforce that district administrators should consider as they navigate this post-pandemic environment. Read this report to learn more […]
Q&A with Dennis Vespe, Superintendent, Gloucester City Public Schools As it did for districts across the country, COVID-19 created many challenges for the Gloucester City Public Schools, but the New […]
As it did for districts across the country, COVID-19 created many challenges for the Gloucester City Public Schools, but the New Jersey district was able to maintain instruction through a […]
“We were able to forge considerable savings while maintaining effective and safe student services.”Christopher C. Irving, Ed. D., Superintendent of Schools, Teaneck, N.J. As K-12 education transitions out of the […]
Barring schools from teaching about gender identity or sexual orientation could increase risky behaviors among students in the LGBTQ+ community, expert says.
Spreadsheets did not cut it for Rapid City Area Schools administrators keeping track of COVID rates among 13,000 students, 1,900 employees and 23 schools.
Superintendents should be aware that federal funding sources from ESSA to ESSER let state education leaders invest in the collection and analysis of district data.
Here's why central office and building leaders in the Pass Christian School District meet regularly to take deep dives into their data.