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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.
Along with Georgia Tech and Amazon, the singer-producer and his non-profit are offering a music-driven competition and lesson plans based on coding and racial equity.
Three leaders school tackle the growing problem of 'missing' students and the state of remote learning in their districts.
Celebrations and school fairs during National School Choice Week are being planned across the U.S. in unique ways.
Joe Biden and Kamala Harris want to reopen schools within the first 100 days of their administration, but many districts are "moving in the opposite direction," a new report says.
States recommendations for reopening schools, though they cover aspects of student well-being, lack specificity for supporting the "whole child" post-COVID, report says.
Biden's plan calls for $130 billion in funds to provide flexible resources for K-12 schools to reopen or provide distance learning.
The limitations to online learning are too great to overcome, say West Virginia officials. So on Tuesday, the directive to counties is to have no solely-at-home option.