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Football is king in the state of Pennsylvania, especially at the high school level, but it is in danger of being canceled this fall, along with many other activities. This […]
Students will need flexibility as they face a future of work that will operate increasingly as a gig economy and—since the COVID outbreak—a remote economy, says one K-12 expert.
Among the social-emotional stressors for staff and students in East Saint Louis School District #189, COVID and the coronavirus “has just been one more thing,” an administrator says.
Building a local STEM talent pipeline was a key goal of free coding camps offered this summer in Maryland’s Montgomery County Public Schools.
Hip-hop as a teaching tool is not limited to Lin-Manuel Miranda and ‘Hamilton’—it works in at least one college of education.
Coding instruction begins in Compton USD's elementary schools to give students a jumpstart on STEM technology in the ever-changing high-tech job market.
Principal supervisors should focus their time on developing strategies to improve teaching and learning, rather than on administrative duties, new reports say.
Students of color need social-emotional learning that affirms Black and brown identities as schools reopen during COVID and the anti-racism movement, report says.
More than 850,000 students were displaced during a 28-year period from those schools closing, according to research from the Network for Public Education.
District administrators need to make sure caregivers are mentally prepared for the stress and unusual situations they may face in a crisis such as returning to teaching amid COVID-19.
Buying meals, beverages or snacks for an event such as a professional development session is only allowable when it's reasonable and necessary. The restrictions are keeping many school districts from purchasing food with federal funds.