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A majority of reviews on one website focused heavily on tests scores and were written by parents at schools in affluent neighborhoods, an analysis has found.
About 1 in 5 people said students who lack internet access should return to in-person first but 49% opposed moving certain groups of children ahead of others.
An ‘misaligned’ web of early learning assessments” makes it hard to determine how much students learn during preschool through grade 2, a new report finds.
Reaction to the confirmation from education groups was mostly positive, with many stating they are ready to work with the new education secretary on key issues.
Why district administrators should be paying as much attention to the courts as to the Biden administration in the coming months.
Biden administration guidance says schools should not require students to return to schools in person for 'the sole purpose of taking tests' and offers waivers for accountability systems.
Lessons from hard-fought, successful campaigns in four states show how education advocates can build more powerful movements for school funding.
About half of U.S. states have prioritized teacher COVIDs vaccinations but many educators report difficulty scheduling an appointment to get their first shot.
A majority of superintendents have been in their positions between one and five years, and an even larger majority are white and male, survey finds.
Interactive map plots state-level data on lower-income and higher-income eighth graders who scored below NAEP Basic on the 2019 reading and math assessments known as the Nation's Report Card.
To speed recovery from COVID learning loss, district leaders are adding tutoring programs that experts consider the most effective and equitable way to drive student growth.