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The disruptions of COVID have accelerated a slate of changes designed to simplify the SATs for students and colleges, the College Board announced Tuesday.
Three leaders school tackle the growing problem of ‘missing’ students and the state of remote learning in their districts.
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.
Follow this five-step plan to ensure educational content supports an anti-racist mission and addresses issues of systemic racism, injustice, inequity, and inequality.
As we begin 2021, education experts, parents, and students, are questioning what will this year bring in terms of educating K-12 students. Here are my predictions.
The flexibility of micro-credentials for teacher PD has inspired Delaware Department of Education officials to begin developing their own professional development badges.
The 45-year-old former teacher and principal has been a strong proponent of in-person learning as Connecticut Commissioner.
A new report on the use of technology and digital tools from Project Tomorrow and Blackboard shows the positive outcomes from giving students more ownership in projects and research.
Achievements gaps existed long before COVID, so a return to the K-12 status quo after the pandemic could leave already struggling students farther behind.
'Truth decay' threatens K-12 students because only one in five social studies teachers say they have sufficient training and resources to teach civics, according to a survey.
Analysis identifies substantial “rigor gap” between grades Florida high school students earn and their mastery of math and English Language Arts content.