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Do a lot of students in your schools care about state-level education policy? Well, there is a group of teens in Kentucky who care quite a lot and are no longer shy about getting involved.
Leaders at the nation’s online public schools say their experiences can help other educators use ed-tech more effectively.
Here are three facts about college-going: it's not getting more expensive, students often lose track of the application process, and some who get accepted never actually enroll.
Neither mask mandates nor other precautions are returning to schools that are dealing with increasing new COVID cases in recent weeks.
Recent limits on teaching LGBTQ topics and student activities fly in the face of years of growing inclusion and affirmation by educators, schools, and yes, even state lawmakers.
Building Better School Infrastructure grants will support energy- and cost-saving redesigns and help districts transition to electric school buses.
Job satisfaction among principals is being hampered by the likelihood of ongoing, unsustainable workloads and too much time spent on administrative tasks.
Across the country, educators are building on the innovations of the remote and hybrid learning eras to reach a new normal of more advanced use of educational technology.
Transportation challenges, student health, school climate, mobility and poverty—long the leading causes of chronic absenteeism—also became much more severe during the pandemic.
Hard data around mental health is bringing educators' concerns about the severity of students' COVID-era struggles with anxiety, thoughts of suicide, and racism into stark relief.
Community schools in multiple states will be the focus of renewed efforts to vaccinate more children and staff in underresourced cities and neighborhoods.
Student voice surged in importance pre-COVID as educators sought new ways to engage learners. Now, a growing number of districts is making student voice a key strategy in recovering from the pandemic.