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A majority of reviews on one website focused heavily on tests scores and were written by parents at schools in affluent neighborhoods, an analysis has found.
A superintendent shares why struggling readers may act out in the classroom and how educators can help identify and support these students.
About 1 in 5 people said students who lack internet access should return to in-person first but 49% opposed moving certain groups of children ahead of others.
If a student with a disability was receiving general education instruction for 50% of the day prior to the pandemic, they should still get general education instruction for 50% of the day.
NASEF and NACE are combining their resources to help further build the pipeline to STEM pathways for interested gamers from high schools to higher education.
Districts must plan to administer statewide assessments this spring, despite obstacles posed by remote learning and other situations related to COVID-19 pandemic responses.
An 'misaligned' web of early learning assessments" makes it hard to determine how much students learn during preschool through grade 2, a new report finds.
Biden administration's testing flexibility will not end the debate while the courts and Congress are likely to weigh in on gender identity, discrimination and athletics.
Lessons learned from the pandemic will lead to greater broadband access, social-emotional learning, and formative learning models.
The number of states that require or encourage schools to train teachers in trauma-informed care has tripled in recent years, a new study has found.
While some applauded the flexibility from accountability and reporting, the requirement to administer statewide summative tests has been met with concern in many quarters.