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Ban on hoodies and dresses is meant to prepare K-12 students for the workplace by teaching them to dress professionally, according to a video created by Forney ISD.
High school students are worried about their financial futures. That’s likely because many don’t think they know much about personal finance.
Six months after the Neenah Joint School District’s proposed property tax increase referendum failed, Superintendent Mary Pfeiffer went back to the public with “a better plan.”
Increasing the capacity of its school leaders, expanding academic programming and nurturing positive school climates have been driving forces behind the improvements in three districts.
Small school districts are using dual language and raising students’ aspirations as two strategies to better prepare graduates for college and careers.
Annual report gauges the use and availability of teaching materials that are aligned to college and career-ready standards, and how lessons are being modified or supplemented.
Districts can do better to ensure their students are effectively prepared for college and careers by administering readiness feedback surveys as early as middle school.
K-12 leaders have been eager to learn more about the college-career-life readiness indicators that let Coxsackie-Athens Central School District students track their growth.
'As long as students feel connected, they will help to shape the culture in a school in a good way,' principal says
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 […]
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.