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School administrators can dismantle systemic racism and gender disparities by ending disciplinary practices and other policies that punish Black, Latina, and Native students disproportionately, a new report says.
Creating student cohorts of limited size is an effective way thay school administrators can stem COVID-19 transmissions when classrooms reopen for in-person instruction.
A surge in family engagement has fueled a major turnaround in student achievement at the Bakersfield City School District in California, this month’s District of Distinction winner.
Parents' confidence in public schools soared while their support for online learning grew sharply despite the COVID shutdown of schools this spring, according to an annual education survey.
Schools can fortify their supply chain and build up reserves of masks, hand sanitizer and other PPE with a more strategic procurement approach.
Nearly half a million teachers lack health insurance or appropriate healthcare coverage as some return to in-person instruction during the COVID pandemic, according to a survey.
A new tool kit offers guidance for principals in leveraging climate data to boost equity and create safer environments as schools reopen over the next several weeks.
Air quality experts offer perspective on assumptions being made by district leaders that are incorrect and are impacting safe school reopenings.
In shifting from hybrid learning to remote instruction, educators must support students who have been most harmed by COVID and racial injustice, a new report urges.
35,000 low-income, K-12 students will get free broadband internet for online learning through Philadelphia's digital equity efforts to close the digital divide.
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.