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Superintendents should be aware that federal funding sources from ESSA to ESSER let state education leaders invest in the collection and analysis of district data.
One small, silver lining of the pandemic may be a collective understanding and acknowledgment that some students and families are suffering more than others.
Rural school systems reopened their buildings to in-person instruction more swiftly while leaders of districts of all sizes provided more tutoring and hired rather than fired staff.
As states lift mask mandates, and the CDC even loosens some of its guidance for wearing them outdoors, some schools are also lifting face-covering requirements.
Opportunity for K-12 students sits at the cross-section of what they know and who they know, say researchers.
When district leaders strategize to build equity in their schools, they may well overlook the master schedule's potential to transform education.
A growing number of school districts, concentrating in the south, have lifted COVID restrictions, allowing students to remove masks when at their desks.
Several GOP members of the panel questioned Cardona about whether the inclusion of the 1619 Project meant ED was endorsing a "controversial" revision of American history.
Education Secretary Miguel Cardona says the federal government will not micromanage schools but will ensure students receive free, appropriate public education.
The HSEL and Middle School Esports League are teaming up with education leader NASEF to bring more fun and more opportunities to students.
Metro Nashville Public Schools graduates face lifetime earnings loss with COVID compounding college affordability and access challenges, a new report says.