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Oklahoma and Idaho ban schools from teaching the theory that says racism is embedded in U.S. culture and public services.
Superintendents should be aware that federal funding sources from ESSA to ESSER let state education leaders invest in the collection and analysis of district data.
Here’s why central office and building leaders in the Pass Christian School District meet regularly to take deep dives into their data.
As states lift mask mandates, and the CDC even loosens some of its guidance for wearing them outdoors, some schools are also lifting face-covering requirements.
Opportunity for K-12 students sits at the cross-section of what they know and who they know, say researchers.
When district leaders strategize to build equity in their schools, they may well overlook the master schedule's potential to transform education.
A growing number of school districts, concentrating in the south, have lifted COVID restrictions, allowing students to remove masks when at their desks.
Introducing pre-K children to words and concepts such as more, most, same, similar, different, few and less is key to developing foundational math skills.
Norwalk Public Schools' superintendent had big plans for her Connecticut district's COVID recovery but a city budgeting decision stalled her plans, she says.
Education Secretary Miguel Cardona says the federal government will not micromanage schools but will ensure students receive free, appropriate public education.
In a District Administration webinar, Superintendent Arsenio Romero talks about working with a management company to accelerate summer construction projects.