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Here's why superintendent Dania Bazzi said she, her administrators and school board members sat in the back of the room and didn't speak during her multicultural district's strategic planning meetings.
America's students may be a more diverse group than ever but that hasn't "translated into integration," according to a new analysis.
Black and Hispanic students receive 4% less funding than students of all other races and ethnicities. States often correct inequities in "funding progressivity" created by local property taxes.
Matthew Kincaid dives into the need for early anti-racism discussions.
An elite K-12 education is not limited by geography: The 15 best high schools, as ranked by U.S. News, represent 14 states.
Here's an alarming statistic: Less than 2% of Black, Latino and low-income students who are interested in STEM and going to college are enrolled in AP Biology.
Principals have been at the forefront of rallying students, staff members, and their wider school communities throughout the upheavals of the COVID pandemic.
Math is one subject that has so far escaped the controversy that political leaders have created over critical race theory and social-emotional learning. Not anymore.
University leaders trying to build back the pipeline of educators say changes to systems and support are needed.
As the Florida measure critics call the "Don't Say Gay" bill awaits final approval, a new curriculum transparency law requires schools to list library books and reading materials.
"School closures may ultimately prove to be the most costly policy decision of the pandemic era." That's the somber conclusion made by researchers taking a fresh look at the economic and other impacts of COVID.
Here are three facts about college-going: it's not getting more expensive, students often lose track of the application process, and some who get accepted never actually enroll.