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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.
While some applauded the flexibility from accountability and reporting, the requirement to administer statewide summative tests has been met with concern in many quarters.
Why district administrators should be paying as much attention to the courts as to the Biden administration in the coming months.
Biden administration guidance says schools should not require students to return to schools in person for ‘the sole purpose of taking tests’ and offers waivers for accountability systems.
Interactive map plots state-level data on lower-income and higher-income eighth graders who scored below NAEP Basic on the 2019 reading and math assessments known as the Nation's Report Card.
To speed recovery from COVID learning loss, district leaders are adding tutoring programs that experts consider the most effective and equitable way to drive student growth.
SAT essay and subject tests are eliminated as COVID drives more colleges and universities to end their reliance on the exams. Will these moves boost equity and access?
While it is absolutely the case that this moment is unlike any we’ve experienced before, it is also true that the current literacy crisis we’re facing was entirely predictable.
At Senate confirmation hearing, education secretary nominee Miguel Cardona says school will need expand mental health supports and extended learning days post-COVID.
Here’s a four-step action plan for combating math learning loss in K-12.