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Here are five ways one school uses its SEL curriculum to support teachers, students, and parents.
Regularly filling in as a substitute has given Terrell ISD Superintendent Georgeanne Warnock some critical perspectives on the big picture and the small details.
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.
On Teacher Appreciation Week, restoring hope and optimism in a small Pennsylvania community.
The move to remote meetings increased parent participation. But special educators had a harder time conducting assessments, providing counseling and completing other interventions.
The top public high schools, as ranked by U.S. News & World Report, span all regions of the country, from Virginia to Florida to Texas to Washington.
The 2021 graduate rate set a record at Anne Arundel County Public Schools in Maryland. Across the country in Nevada, Washoe County Schools' graduation rate slipped.
Matthew Kincaid dives into the need for early anti-racism discussions.
Beginning foundational literacy in pre-K is one effective way to get more students reading on grade level by 3rd grade.
An elite K-12 education is not limited by geography: The 15 best high schools, as ranked by U.S. News, represent 14 states.
A look at three superintendents who continue to work on long-term goals even as they tackle the more immediate obstacles COVID has thrown in front of their students and staff.
How one district fine-tuned its after-school programs, and what they learned along the way.