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Biden’s executive order directs Department of Education to provide states and school districts with “evidence-based guidance” in reopening and remaining open for in-person learning.
From funding to increasing diversity among teachers, the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools says it is important that they aren’t forgotten in the next four years.
This four-step approach to address this educational crisis is based on what we learned from Hurricane Katrina and what we know about our students today.
Clarksville Montgomery Schools in Tennessee want to get all grades back in person and provide a layer of security for teachers and staff. but a slow rollout from the state is hampering those efforts.
Thousands of education and technology professionals will gather online for the first-ever virtual Future of Education Technology Conference.
College recruiters begin revamping recruitment messages with a significant decline in high school graduates likely to begin in 2025 and last for more than a decade.
Financial aid administrators' policy recommendations call for strengthening Pell Grants, curbing college loan debt and enhancing student aid delivery.
Charleston's numbers have stayed low throughout the academic year, prompting one pediatrician to say 'kids need to be in school'.
Creative ideas for addressing social-emotional learning to meet an IEP goal for a student with disabilities
How paraprofessionals can help teachers collect data on student behaviors and progress when students are engaged in distance learning
San Diego Unified School District Superintendent Cindy Marten has been announced as Biden's nominee deputy secretary of the U.S. Education Department.