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The North America Scholastic Esports Federation, a signature program partner for the Academic Esports Conference and Expo, signs an agreement to work with the British Esports Association.
Early college high schools stand out among K-12 dual enrollment programs in the factors that promote student success in higher education, according to several years of study by the American Institutes for Research.
Active-shooter drills that simulate gun violence should be prohibited because they haven't proven to save lives, but they can traumatize students, says a new report.
In 2019, states prioritized college and career funding, industry partnerships, work-based learning, industry credentials, and equity in CTE programs.
High-stakes testing does not cause teachers to leave education or switch schools or districts. In fact, it may help retain some new teachers, a study has found.
With tight budgets and unfunded special education mandates, many school districts struggle to provide appropriate individualized programs services for students with disabilities.
President Donald Trump and Ed Secretary Betsy DeVos would drop federal funding for charter schools, increase CTE spending and create a single K-12 block grant.
Financial literacy and personal finance can be incorporated in math classes to make the learning more relevant and practical.
Nearly three-quarters of high school students have negative feelings about school, and lack of sleep may be one culprit, according to a Yale University study.
Teachers spend about 20% to 40% of their time—or about 13 hours a week—on activities that could be automated using existing technology, according to a new report.
School tip lines meant to stop mass shootings are receiving far more reports about students considering suicide and other forms of self-harm, according to reports in several states.
The job of disciplining students, particularly those of color, often falls to black male teachers, who then become viewed as “disciplinarians first and teachers second,” according to a new report.