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A critical issue facing leaders of the next Department of Education will be how to use assessments to measure progress after the disruptions of COVID and online learning.
A new report on the use of technology and digital tools from Project Tomorrow and Blackboard shows the positive outcomes from giving students more ownership in projects and research.
Students are showing resilience during COVID but parents and educators urge greater investments in education as learners recover from the pandemic.
As the students recover from COVID's disruptions and return to classrooms, district leaders must give learners more one-on-one time with their teachers, NEA president says.
Joe Biden's administration is being urged to transform assessment and accountability systems to counter the COVID's inequitable impacts on education.
Although many have approved of their district's reopening plans, a new study shows steep drops in job satisfaction among teachers since March.
School district superintendents in the state have been told not to seek state approvals for uses of federal coronavirus relief funds, but rather to follow U.S. Department of the Treasury criteria.
As states move into COVID recovery mode, lawmakers and policymakers are assessing the impacts of the pandemic on budgets, accountability and student achievement gaps.
Districts in many states struggle to bill Medicaid for school-based health centers and hiring nurses or counselors to provide audio and visual screenings.
Central Lee Community School District in Iowa has placed all students in grades 3 to 6 in PODs throughout the community. Learn how leaders there addressed 11 areas of communication and logistics.
The annual High School Benchmarks study from the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center shows stunning declines year over year for colleges, lower-income students.
To allow elementary school students to continue learning in-person, the Shawnee Mission School District had to shift substitutes from its secondary schools.