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The COVID learning loss predictions were dire, and several organizations are now releasing data tracking how students have actually performed this fall.
The flexibility of micro-credentials for teacher PD has inspired Delaware Department of Education officials to begin developing their own professional development badges.
When schools aren't able to operate under standard conditions, IEP teams must ensure there are plans in place for special education students are still receive services.
Here are 3 considerations for establishing protocols for electronic signatures when parents are unable to sign special education documents such as IEPs and evaluation reports.
Democratic members of Congress have reintroduced the Keeping All Students Safe Act, which would make it illegal for schools receiving federal money to seclude children and would ban certain restraint practices.
Affordability programs and inter-agency collaboration are best practices states have used to expand broadband internet access for online learning since the COVID outbreak.
The Administrator's Guide to Building and Maintaining a Comprehensive Autism Program — Second Edition is your one-stop guide to developing comprehensive programs for students with autism in the public school setting.
A study from the University of Arkansas shows the disparities between the charter and public school groups, in some cases as much as a $16,000 difference between pupils.
A new report confirms what many K-12 and college educators have been saying in recent years: Soft skills are critically important to employers across the workforce.
A Q&A with a school attorney about virtual IEP and 504 team meeting tools, including legal considerations and conversation facilitation
District leaders working to build equity in their schools have prioritized hiring more teachers of color so the workforce better reflects the diversity of their students.
COVID relief, social justice and loan forgiveness top the priorities the NEA teachers union hopes the Biden-Harris Administration will tackle with its education agenda.