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Because multiple factors are causing the nation's teacher shortage, it can only be reversed with comprehensive, long-term solutions, a new report says.
Despite the challenges, teachers and administrators say they are embracing the virtual space and using technology more
5 questions administrators must know the answers to before sending a substitute teacher into to fill in for a special education teacher
Electric buses not only keep pollutants out of the air and save fuel costs, but they can also generate some revenue for a school district.
Five key gains an Iowa district has made by investing in a board management platform, according to the superintendent.
A school district shares best practices its administrators can pinpoint after having used the federal funds to support professional development.
The switch to solar power in Arkansas' Batesville School District had two big benefits: more affordable green energy and a big raise for teachers.
Creating a suicide prevention task force is one of the most important steps school leaders can take to protect students who are contending with the added stresses posed by COVID and the racial justice movement.
School systems in states that followed the interim final rule on equitable services for private schools are in a tricky spot if they already allocated funds to these schools.
Five superintendents discussed priorities in their school districts for this fall and beyond, including what they're doing to support students, families and teachers.
School CIOs and other tech leaders have played a far greater role in instructional decision-making since COVID forced districts to move classes online.
Rate of teacher infection is nearly identical for in-person and online learning, while school transmission rates remain lower than in surrounding communities, according to a dashboard tracking 1,100 schools.