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If a student with a disability was receiving general education instruction for 50% of the day prior to the pandemic, they should still get general education instruction for 50% of the day.
While guidance on CARES Act auditing isn’t clear and can be a “moving target,” all federal grantees and subgrantees are required to conduct self-assessments, reviews, and internal audits.
NASEF and NACE are combining their resources to help further build the pipeline to STEM pathways for interested gamers from high schools to higher education.
An ‘misaligned’ web of early learning assessments” makes it hard to determine how much students learn during preschool through grade 2, a new report finds.
Reaction to the confirmation from education groups was mostly positive, with many stating they are ready to work with the new education secretary on key issues.
School districts have an “avalanche" of COVID relief money coming their way; the hard part will be spending it wisely, says Michael J. Petrilli of the Fordham Institute.
Biden administration's testing flexibility will not end the debate while the courts and Congress are likely to weigh in on gender identity, discrimination and athletics.
Democratic leadership in Congress is aiming to pass the full bill by March 14, but the relief act faces changes as the Senate begins work on the legislation this week.
The number of states that require or encourage schools to train teachers in trauma-informed care has tripled in recent years, a new study has found.
While some applauded the flexibility from accountability and reporting, the requirement to administer statewide summative tests has been met with concern in many quarters.
Why district administrators should be paying as much attention to the courts as to the Biden administration in the coming months.