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With the specter of state control looming, Boston Public Schools is being sharply criticized for failing to "carry out basic operational functions," among other problems with equity and educating at-risk students.
What if there was a way to (very easily) find which ed-tech programs and platforms are making a difference in districts with the same characteristics as yours?
The number of students identified under McKinney-Vento as experiencing homelessness is at a three-year low, according to data from the National Center for Homeless Education. But district administrators and homeless […]
The notion of allowing students to co-design learning in Maine Township High School District 207 is based on a concept of achievement that's not centered solely on high school performance.
When a teacher in New Castle County, Delaware, had to get reading materials to her English learners during the lockdown in 2020, she used a brand new funding tool to turn her car into a bookmobile.
While many districts are giving teachers raises to combat staff shortages, more administrators are now having to make difficult decisions, including laying off teachers and shutting down buildings.
The confluence of funding surpluses and economic turbulence is freeing some district leaders to raise teachers' salaries while others impose layoffs.
The right questions asked in the right way go a long way to strengthen the connection between schools and families.
Here's why superintendent Dania Bazzi said she, her administrators and school board members sat in the back of the room and didn't speak during her multicultural district's strategic planning meetings.
K-12 leaders have been eager to learn more about the college-career-life readiness indicators that let Coxsackie-Athens Central School District students track their growth.
Even in states where SEL is being attacked, the concept remains widely supported by parents from across the political spectrum.
Educators, parents and other K-12 stakeholders have developed some pretty strong opinions about online learning over the last few years, particularly when it comes to elementary school students.