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I encourage you to keep teaching the curriculum, stop analyzing data by questions and standards, and start preparing students for the testing environment.
If almost every workplace has adopted communication and productivity software to scale their ability to empower employees, why shouldn’t schools follow suit?
High school students will learn about communist regimes and "how victims suffered at the hands of these regimes" for at least 45 minutes in their required U.S. government class.
Key research from Civitas Learning and district outcomes in Idaho, Utah and New Mexico have demonstrated what we have long held true: creativity and digital literacy are key to empowering […]
But as some CIOs and administrators have learned, it's not as simple as buying new instructional technology tools and installing them on your teachers' devices.
The wave of Americans looking for more purpose-driven careers during the "Great Resignation" is causing a shift in workers from Big Tech to ed-tech.
Florida's use of critical race theory as a reason to reject math textbooks points straight back to the George Floyd protests of 2020 for some educators.
Something meaningful to students may have been lost when schools across the nation rapidly intensified their focus on STEM, one district leader says.
The facilities department at Dallas ISD had built up a reputation for poor service over the years. It consistently ranked near the bottom on the district's annual culture surveys.
The move to remote meetings increased parent participation. But special educators had a harder time conducting assessments, providing counseling and completing other interventions.
The top public high schools, as ranked by U.S. News & World Report, span all regions of the country, from Virginia to Florida to Texas to Washington.