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How thoughtful messages to parents and school communities can make a difference during crisis moments.
Attack on Congress by pro-Trump rioters offers superintendents an opportunity to encourage and empower students to express their own voices more productively.
There are four actions school district personnel should take when parents of a student with disabilities who has been enrolled in a private school due to COVID decide to send the child back to public school.
COVD pandemic redoubles superintendents' commitment to building student voice to work on antiracism, gender equity, college application and other issues.
Building agency and communicating frequently with virtual learners can lead to more positive outcomes for both teachers and those they instruct.
Pre-kindergarten will likely get more attention in 2021 at President-elect Joe Biden and Democrats in Congress say early childhood education will be a top funding priority.
Leaders from across the education system are reacting with horror to the attack by followers of outgoing President Donald Trump on the U.S. Capitol building.
Long before COVID, Thousand Oaks High School in California began designing an outdoor classroom equipped with all the instructional technology of an indoor learning space.
Through a huge public-private coalition, the state has managed to completely close gaps in five months.
Tennessee's new Reading 360 program hopes to get students on a path to success by third grade.
The most affluent school districts are far more likely to offer hybrid instruction, which experts say is currently the safest mode of in-person learning, according to a FutureEd analysis.
As we begin 2021, education experts, parents, and students, are questioning what will this year bring in terms of educating K-12 students. Here are my predictions.