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Generation Z STEM guru Justin Shaifer revealed at @FETC2020 that K-12 students are passionate and ambitious about science, technology, engineering and math.
DA guest columnist Sue Stott, of the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, shares three strategies for teaching tolerance through the lens of the Holocaust.
The growing number of closures is raising questions about where some students will get free- and reduced-price lunch and other federally provided meals.
A previous Districts of Distinction honoree continues to expand the TK-5 student mindfulness and social-emotional learning curriculum that DA recognized in 2016.
DA guest columnists Teresa Ketelsen and Beth Tarasawa identify three strategies for enrolling and retaining more students of color in AP programming, following successful efforts at Gresham-Barlow School District in Oregon.
Inadequate and uneven school funding has raised equity issues around the activity of wealthy "helicopter parents," a new report says.
Transgender students in the LGBT community can now list gender as nonbinary when registering in Montgomery County Public Schools in Maryland.
In North Dakota, the phrase “You don’t have to recover from a good start" drives Superintendent Kirsten Baesler as she works to expand online preschool to rural communities.
President Donald Trump and Ed Secretary Betsy DeVos would drop federal funding for charter schools, increase CTE spending and create a single K-12 block grant.
Students have a greater chance of coping with traumatic childhood experiences and succeeding in class when they can turn to a trusted adult at school.
The job of disciplining students, particularly those of color, often falls to black male teachers, who then become viewed as “disciplinarians first and teachers second,” according to a new report.
Children living in affordable public housing show higher rates of learning disabilities but fare better than low-income children who don't get housing assistance, new research has found.