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Nearly half of school workers reported feeling "always" or "very often" burned out at work—the highest rate among all other professionals in the U.S.
Christina Gibson is relishing the opportunity to lead her district outside Detroit, leaning on mentors and training from DA's National Academy.
Measure would support the early identification of students suffering from mental health issues and violence prevention training for staff.
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."
There are steps math teachers can take before, during, and after the summer break to minimize the impact.
The rapid transformation of K-12 education during COVID is refocusing educators on professional development priorities that may be shifting just as quickly.
Analysts compared the difference between white and black Americans with high school and college degrees, and their test scores and graduation rates to determine levels of racial equality in education.
There are steps underresourced district leaders can take—and steps they can urge local officials to take—to get the needed HVAC improvements made.
Inspire thinking, monitor progress, prioritize SEL, and make screen time matter.
About two-thirds of students want to be in-person all the time when the pandemic ends while 18% favor a combination of face-to-face and remote instruction. Only 9% would prefer being fully online.
Every time there is another school shooting, administrators whose buildings have suffered past attacks are forced to relive the worst day of their lives. For George Roberts, that was the first day of school in August 2012.
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.