Subscribe to District Administration
Web replica of the print magazine.
New research provides some of the first empirical evidence of the social, emotional, and academic “thriving gap” between in-person and remote high school students during COVID.
Giving up some authority is key to building strong relationships with local businesses, says Akron Public Schools superintendent noted for creating successful career academies.
Mandating masks when school starts will prevent a divide from emerging between students who have and haven't been vaccinated, say authorities in one state.
Students, teachers and others who are not fully vaccinated should continue to wear masks as the nation prioritizes reopening schools, new CDC COVID guidance says.
Critical race theory is not a divisive concept that teaches that all white people are oppressors, says a law professor who helped define CRT decades ago.
The conference agenda is comprised of nationally recognized speakers, who explain how to convert legal mandates into best practices.
Legislation includes $36 billion for Title I, Part A, an increase of $19.5 billion over the FY 2021 enacted level, as well as $15.5 billion for IDEA Part B, a $3.1 billion increase over FY 2021 levels.
14-year old Zaila Avant-garde is the 2021 Scripps National Spelling Bee champion, the first ever Black American ever to win the competition.
A disparity in the number of advanced courses persists even at lower-income schools that have been recognized for sending more students to college, survey has found.
Kinsa's FLUency program, free to schools and families, helps keep sick kids from spreading the bug among their classmates.
The COVID-driven shift online, and subsequent learning losses in math, exposed some of the critical flaws in how the subject has traditionally been taught, researchers say.
With specialized support and administrative collaboration, deaf and hard of hearing children in mainstream schools can meet their academic, social and developmental milestones along the way.